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You Deserve Some Me Time

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

I am all for "me time" and I have been very fortunate to have a family that doesn't mind how much me time I take. Although I retired 1 1/2 years ago before I had actually planned on it, I have many friends that still work. Even when I did work I only worked part time. I don't know how those who work full time manage all the demands on them. Despite their responsibilities I still encourage them to try and squeeze some "me time" in.

Many times I hear "what on earth do you do all day? I would be so bored if I didn't work. I wouldn't know how to fill my time". Well, one thing is for sure, when your children are grown and you know longer work you move at a different pace than the working people. After all there is always tomorrow. I am so grateful for the time I have. When you are on a weight loss journey it take a great deal of time, energy, and devotion. From past experience I know it can feel overwhelming and exhausting !

So what did I do today, besides devote time to my weight loss program, for "me time"? I surfed the web looking for motivational images and sayings and I would like to share some with you.



I like this one because I admire how determined we all need to be to succeed.



I like this one because the beauty of the rose reminds me that it is the littlest things in life sometimes that make us the happiest.




I like this one because I have faith that we can all succeed.
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  • KELLIEBEAN
    Great blog. I'm a firm believer in little things every day.

    This is my second go-round with spark people and I decided this time to start with small changes every day that I could live with and that has truly made a difference this time. Many small goals have added up to big success!

    Thanks for sharing!


    1341 days ago
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