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April goals

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

April will be a bit different, I really am struggling mental health wise (as I do every spring...gah). Also, I'm an intuitive eater and I think I'm ready to move on to intuitive exercise too. So less tracking. I just want to go out and walk and have fun with it.

I will make a goal to be outside more often to see if fresh air helps, it still feels nice and cool here in MI and I'd like to enjoy it while it lasts.

The other goal I'm setting up is to catch up on my reading goal. I'm 3 books behind schedule and I think reading is going to make me feel better more than anything (as it always has). The reading goal actually does help exercise too because the more I'm reading, the more I need to go to the library, the more I need to walk to and from bus stops in the very least.

Drink enough water. I have been so bad about this because winter doesn't make me sweaty or particularly thirsty.
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    Thanks!! (to everyone really)
    1446 days ago
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    Have a nice April !
    1446 days ago
    Not worried about tracking tbh. I haven't done it in a long time and have been fine. I think the fresh air will make me feel more in the mood for movement if anything.

    Turning up the heat would be an option to get me drinking but I loathe being hot so I'll stick to tracking water I think!

    Thanks for the check in and all :)
    1447 days ago
    You're so correct, winter doesn't really allow me to sweat, so when I do my workouts, I turn the heat up so that I do sweat, and then I drink TONS of water!

    The fresh air should help you immensely along with giving you a better appetite, so watch that tracking!

    Be blessed,

    - Nancy Jean -
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