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Tomorrow was Yesterday and it's Tomorrow again Today!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

So yesterday's blog was on how I continually say I will start again tomorrow and then tomorrow never really comes for me. Well, success! I treated the entire day like it was Tomorrow! I was behind in my schedule and most days that would see me giving it up and just doing whatever for the rest of the day and being lazy. Instead I chugged along with my plans adapting my day to do things I usually want done much, much earlier in the day, getting some of them done anyways, just late!

There were a few things still that I did not get done yesterday like I wanted, but I feel good about holding them over to Today because the list is SO MUCH SMALLER than it would have been had I just given up and played video games all day long, leaving all those items for todays To Do list.

I also stayed within my calorie range for the first time in ages and ate a pretty balanced diet. And I wasn't starving!

Today I'm getting a slow start again, something I see needs to be worked on, but I am STARTING!

Again, no more saying, "screw it I'll do it tomorrow".

Tomorrow was Yesterday and it was GOOD!

It's Tomorrow Again Today and it feels Good!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
1SPOOKIEDO 7/22/2014 8:02PM

    Fantastic job on the calorie intake. Your doing it, keep it up. emoticon

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IMAVISION 7/22/2014 7:54PM

    emoticon in making some good headway with the things you wanted to accomplish. I firmly believe that doing a little something everyday --- come what may --- is the best way to keep up with things. I have my daily chores, my weekly chores, my monthly chores, & my twice yearly chores --- that is a system that has served me well for many-a-year.


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