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Wednesday, April 09, 2014

If you have time to watch TV then you have time to exercise and cook healthy meals. It's just a matter of priorities.

Stole these pics from other hard workin' Done Girls!
They just seemed to hit home with me & my thoughts today!
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    YES! I luv it!!!
    1389 days ago
    OUCH! Call 'em like you see 'em. You are 100% CORRECT! Maybe I'll give up t.v. I've done that a couple of times and experienced a better quality of life. Less informed, but happier.
    1393 days ago
    Right on, chica! This is exactly what I have been doing!
    1409 days ago
    Absolutely!!! You are one amazing DONEGIRL!!! Muah and thank you!!
    1410 days ago
    so true! luckily my kitchen is next to the livingroom so i can cook and watch at the same time!
    1411 days ago
    Exactly! If you want something bad enough, you will make it a priority in your life! Get it girl! emoticon emoticon
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    So true! I love video games so I found one I could play while jogging in place. It's really fun and helpful!
    1411 days ago
  • HILLSLUG98239
    Absolutely! I commute by bike several days a week, strength train a few days a week (sometimes riding my bike there), swim a few days a week, and run a few days a week. (I'm training for my first triathlon - but you probably already figured that out.)We have a small garden, I bake bread on the weekends, I "brown-bag" lunch four days a week (my once-a-week restaurant lunch with a colleageu/friend is a treat and therapy!), and we eat very little processed food.

    I'm blessed with a flexible boss and a husband who knows his way around the kitchen. I don't have to get kids out the door to school or to daycare. I know there are people who have more hectic lives than mine, and I understand that their choices may reflect that. BUT - the majority of the people who eat lots of processed food or take-out, who claim they don't have time to pursue a healthier lifestyle, and who are always chasing the quick fix, are doing so because of the choices they make and the priorities they have. There are only 24 hours in my day, too. (If there were 25 hours in my day, I'd just use that extra hour sleeping!)

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