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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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    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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    1138 days ago
    Great job on getting in those miles!

    I think getting those treats out of sight would be a hard challenge for me!
    1138 days ago
    well said....
    for the junk sugary think you don't need it.
    1138 days ago

    Fantastic job in getting those miles in in spite of a busy job! emoticon emoticon
    1138 days ago
    Well done on your 53 miles. You are a star!

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    1138 days ago
  • TEDYBEAR2838
    WOW, that was great. Over 50 Miles!

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

    1138 days ago
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