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Choices. It's a game really.

Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Every day is an opportunity to make choices that allow us to be healthier. What choices are you making today? Here are a few suggestions (add yours in the comments). I say, make it a game! Count the choices (small and large) that contribute to a healthier, better, version of you!

-Take the Stairs emoticon
-Eat a smaller portion emoticon
-Phone a friend (instead of grabbing for a snack) emoticon
-Choose water first! emoticon
-Try a new food that is healthy emoticon
-Do random push ups off the wall (the looks you'll get are great) emoticon

There are literally thousands of things you could do, make it fun! Be kind to yourself in the process, it doesn't have to be big things either :)

Because in the game of life, we are trying to collect more tomorrows!

Spark on peeps, spark on!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
OPTIMIST1948 5/9/2013 9:18PM

    If you are doing wall pushups try diamond pushups. Position your thumb and forefinger in the shape of a diamond on the wall. Great for the triceps.

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PAMDAQTPI 5/9/2013 10:09AM

    Start every meal with a salad (or make the meal a salad) to pack in nutrients without calories. emoticon

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OWL_20 5/9/2013 7:41AM

    Yep, get your fun on! I couldn't agree more.

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    i say the same thing. everything is a choice. if its important to you, you will find a way. if not, you will find an excuse. its still a choice :)

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BIGPAWSUP 5/8/2013 1:07PM

    I do squats at my file cabinets and bounce/dance on a ball for a chair!

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BARCONIUS 5/8/2013 12:08PM

    Absolutely, make it a game. I always tell the grumpy gusses around me to make fun where you find it.
-Laugh at the snack machine as you walk past. emoticon

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