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Well...? Did lots of 2, 3, and 5...but missed out on my bike riding...had DEEPLY wanted a good long ride before surgery...yesterday was perfect, but had too many things to do...and today? Snowy and 38 degrees...ugh!
Ah well, there will be more rides ahead soon enough...!
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this looks like some great idea and take some things of the ol check off list of need to be done. Just a bit nippy 28 in Ohio to get out in that yard, but I am itching to do so.
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Are you up to it?
1 Do some yard work this weekend remember these minutes count. One person looks at a yard full of clearable brush and sees work. Another looks at the same yard and sees a way to get exercise.
2 Clean out your fridge or dry food cupboard, check dates on items like salad dressings etc. let go of any unhealthy products you may still have in the house.
3 Post a POSITIVE comment on a team members sparkpage and give them a goodie, it will make you feel good just as much as the person you choose.
4 Take time for YOU this weekend, do some thing nice just for yourself and post what you did. Take a bath, plan for some fun, play a board game, write a journal, call a friend, take a walk, or get up and dance to the music.
5 Eat more fiber from whole grains, fruits and vegetables with skins, beans, lentils and legumes. Aiming for 25-35 grams each day to help reduce your calorie intake and increase your satiety level.
Your challenge is to complete 3 or more of the above and then post when you have completed a challenge.
Have a fun weekend everyone!
There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results.
When you get to a plateau, think of it as a landing on the stairway to your goal. And maintenance is a lifelong plateau, so a bit of "rehearsal" for maintenance isn't the worst thing in the world