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Until we really get in the habit of controlling our eating habits, the days that we're off can be a temptation to indulge and get off track.
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” John Burroughs
I'm making a commitment to daily exercise, even if 10- minutes a day.
"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye." St. Exupery
I am working on not making too many plans for the weekend. It always seems like I have an endless to-do list and then the weekend is over and I get frustrated and feel like I didn't get anything done at all. So this weekend I will clean the house, work out and buying a birthday present. I am thinking about trying out one or two new recipes and invite some friends for dinner but I am not too sure about it.
Sorry that you have to work. When I still worked at the weekends it was hard to get any rest at all even though I had another day off.
I am mandated to work on Sunday, which I hate. The only benefit, is that I think I burn a lot more calories on workdays than when I am free.
If it is nice on Saturday, maybe I will head to the park for a walk and try one of those fitness courses along the side of the path.
What are your plans for the weekend? Is there a fitness benefit, or is there any benefit you can create?
smoking quit date: 11/16/13