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Sunday, September 08, 2013

Today's challenge is to move unhealthy snacks out of site and to focus on empowering myself by saying I don't want that sugary treat instead of I can't have it.

The 1st part is challenging for me. I will have a lot of choices throughout my busy schedule to cave in so this will be a good day for this challenge. I will turn my back on the goody table when we are out, pack healthy snacks, and take my yummy infusion water bottle.

The 2nd part is easier for me because I do look at my lifestyle as choices and I give myself permission to not be perfect. This mindset works for me.

PS My goal is to get a minimum of 50 miles in a week with working a 40 hour week desk job. Last week was hard but I pushed it and managed to squeeze in 53 miles! Thank you to all my supportive Team players!! Woo Hoo!!
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  • v SUSIEPH1
    Way to go .. So very proud of you and your achievements, you have been so supportive of us, and many others ..
    You are a very special lady and deserve so much .. Hugs, Love and many Thanks .. Susie and Colin..
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    1081 days ago
  • v SHERIO5
    Great job on getting in those miles!

    I think getting those treats out of sight would be a hard challenge for me!
    1081 days ago
    well said....
    for the junk sugary think you don't need it.
    1081 days ago
  • v REFFIE1

    Fantastic job in getting those miles in in spite of a busy job! emoticon emoticon
    1081 days ago
    Well done on your 53 miles. You are a star!

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    1081 days ago
  • v TEDYBEAR2838
    WOW, that was great. Over 50 Miles!

    emoticon Also, making healthy choices
    and the mindset to do so, is emoticon

    1081 days ago
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