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Sadly I don't have a pedomoter...the expensive one I bought doesn't give me accurate milage which was why I bought it so I don't use it....
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keepYOUR FOCUS ON YOUR GOAL AND DO WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET THERE
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Bonnie from KY
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Since I broke my knee I have not yet walked a 5000 step day. I'm working up to it though. Today I walked quite a bit but I forgot to wear my pedometer. I'll try to get 5000 steps the rest of the week.
"Not Perfection but Progress" in my lifestyle changes.
Left Knee Fracture: 3-5-12
Left TKR 6-19-12
I average between 10,000 and 15,000 steps a day unless I am on days off. I am off today so I am going for 5000 steps and for the rest of the week just being able to make my usual goal.
*Know Your Limits*
Never Feel responsible for other peoples happiness. It's fine to be a good friend but don't sacrifice your needs for everyone else s.
Don't belittle yourself in front of others if you do, eventually they'll start to believe you.
"Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative."
How about half that, 5000 it is!
"The world is one country and mankind its citizens" one of the many truths spoken by Baha'u'llah and "Love is the light that guideth in darkness, the living link that uniteth God with man, that assureth the progress of every illumined soul."
This week, your mission is to walk a certain number of steps each day. Set a goal, and then move your tush each day to meet that goal.
So what is your daily steps goal? :)
(Note: Several organizations recommend 10,000 steps per day, but that number is way too high for some of us. Don't feel like you have to get 10,000 steps right away. Choose a number that is challenging, but attainable. I speak from experience here. :))
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