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Early start today, I hope to keep the momentum going

Thursday, August 22, 2013

I woke this morning at, not on purpose. After tossing for a while, I dressed, checked SP, and headed out for my morning Wal Mart...very well lit, and a safe place to be, 'just in case.' Besides, after my laps around the store, it was handy to grab some yogurt and an orange for later in the day.
I came home, tired but awake. Egg/egg white omelet with onions and mushrooms, and already I have a vegetable.
Still not sleepy, so I decided the time had come for me to move furniture out of 1/3 of the bedroom to deep vacuum and shampoo the carpet. (I guess I am either early or late for spring cleaning.) The furniture is now moved, the area vacuumed, and it is now time for.......tracking everything on Sparks! (Likely I should have done that standing up...I am NOW, finally sleepy.) So, on to the carpet shampooing, then lunch and/or a nap. I intend to find a way to count this as fitness time, seem fair??
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    DEFINATELY fair! If you haven't found it in the fitness tracker look under Heavy Cleaning.. it's already there
    BTW nice to know that I am not the only creature that wakes up at those type hours and begins moving :D
    1514 days ago
    You did a great job of using your time well. You deserve a nap.
    1572 days ago
  • JACKIE542
    I get out very early for walks too, you had a busy day, hope you sleep better tonight. emoticon
    1572 days ago
    Great use of time! I hope you find a way to track all that moving furniture! I need a nap too!

    1572 days ago
    I think anytime you move furniture and work up a sweat vacuuming and shampooing it counts as light cardo. Good job getting started on your day.
    1572 days ago
    Sleep is good for you, but I don't think you can count it as fitness time! emoticon
    1572 days ago
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