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I have a small erasable white board on my bedroom door. Every week I write down what exercise I'm going to do for each day of the week. This gives me a quick visual first thing in the morning of what I need to do that day to get in my execise.

- Submitted by DOLLYDAGGER64 3/26/2010 in Organization | 3 Comments
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HAPPY0408 3/28/2010 8:45:00 AM

    Thank you for sharing! I never thought of that. I was planning on making a calendar on the internet for each month but never get around to it. I may have to try it. It sounds easier than what I was gonna do.
TECKEL 3/27/2010 1:56:00 PM

    Yours is a great tip on using an erasable board!

I use my small white board to list the things I want to accomplish each day - and the amount of time I plan to spend doing them. For example, in no particular order (I'm off work today): 1. Exercise 2 hours on stationary bike, in two 1hour segments (Cycling is #1 every day of the week, how long I ride depends on how much time I've got.) 2. Clean up the corner flower bed, 15 min 3. Work on my website, 2 hrs 4. Bathe and groom dog, 1 hr 5. Clean off kitchen counters, 30 min 6. Call Maxine, 30 min 7. Call Stan 15 min

I like to list these things the night before. And I write in colors. emoticon
PETSABRE 3/26/2010 3:16:00 PM

    that is a great idea.

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