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Sleep, Work and Exercise

Saturday, April 13, 2013

I slept late today...I did not get out of bed til 1pm woke up at noon. Went to bed at around 1am but had trouble falling asleep.

Today was supposed to be a day called to see if I wanted to come in and work from 5-9 as a host tonight. I said yes. $$$.

Not much time for extra exercise today. We shall see how much walking I do tonight at work.

Thinking about how to deal with cravings. I will be thinking a lot on that tonight while I am at work.
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    Gayllynne I have a fitbit it is a pedometer and more it tracks steps as well as floors, distance, how active you are and sleep. I love it
    1803 days ago
    Do you have a pedometer? I started wearing one every day. Some days I think I walked a lot and was proved wrong and others I am astonished at how much I walked. They aren't expensive and well worth the investment!! Good Luck!
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    1804 days ago
    I have frequent craving but my mind works like a child in the sense that if I find a distraction it goes away. Children can be easily manipulated and I can too. I just think of something I really like and my thoughts disappear unless I am in the middle of my favorites.

    Hope you get to walk! emoticon Good luck!
    1804 days ago
    Have a fun day despite the challenges you will face. One thing that helps avoid cravings is to PLAN for and EAT healthy frequent meals that ADD UP to a healthy day's eating plan.
    1804 days ago
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    I use little tricks to get in more steps like parking as far away as I can from my destination, pacing when I have to wait in line, etc. It all adds up! emoticon

    1804 days ago
    try to set in some walking before you leave for work today.
    1804 days ago
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