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Thursday, May 30, 2013

What am I working on? ME!
I am working to have a more positive attitude (Pooh - not Eeyore!).
I am working to lose weight and to be healthier!
I am working out! And surprisingly - I love going to the gym!
I am working on new year end projects at work. Not always an easy task since no one has ever done this job before.
I am working with my 4-Hers to get their Record Books in!
I am working on rebuilding my faith...never thought that'd be necessary.
I am working on those relationships that are vital and sustaining to me and working on letting go of the relationships that are draining.
I am working on it... every day....
How about you? What are you working on? Feels pretty good to write it down and remind myself!
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    Oh man - I knew you were going to love the gym. That is AWESOME! I miss those days - but I am getting quite a workout here too. Nothing to complain about!

    Working on preparing for school next year (we have some things we need to practice to get the kids on-track).

    Working on having more fun in our days (had an art lesson today and it was AWESOME!) the kids loved it!

    Working on making time for me - to exercise/stomp/ride my bike/hike.

    Lots to do and the summer will be gone before I know it!

    Here's to making plans!

    1757 days ago
    Right now I'm working on following the Spark Solution recipes but I will be glad when I'm doing them on my own menu plan since the grocery list is hard to maintain. I do like that I'm getting used to eating veggies for breakfast!
    1757 days ago
    I am working on learning to love ME! Sadly, it is a very difficult task. I'm proud of myself for changing my eating habits....more veggies and fruits.....less sweets and junk. I am working on this every day. It gets tiring, but I keep at it.

    1757 days ago
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