arobic Bernie

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Yeah I actually walked during my break at work for 25 min. I was really pleased with myself for working harder to get fit. I also plan on using the treadmill on the cold days this week. I feel like I am ready to invest more in my program now.

I am doing well with portion control and eating healthy so now I have to add some other things that complete the program for me. I have been staying away from snacks after supper accept for a 60 calorie pudding cup. When I have trouble getting to sleep I do pour a glass of wine for myself and read a few pages of a book and that works well.

I am reading the Shack has any9one read it. It is a story of life and faith but in a very unusual way. God is called Papa and is a women and Jesues is a guy in blue jeans who is nice but not handsome. Finally the holy spirit is the hardest to discribe more like a wind or a smell that gives advice. I highly recommend this book to all. Bernie
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    Outstanding! Keep up the great work! emoticon
    3718 days ago
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    You're doing a great job with your exercise! Keep it up!
    3719 days ago
    Wow, you're just doing so very well, Bernie. You should be really, really proud of yourself. Funny you should mention the Shack....I just heard about it via email from another sparky friend, and was going to look for it this weekend because she said the same thing. Sounds like a wonderful read! But you hang in there and keep up that GREAT work!!
    3719 days ago
    Good for you! Investing in yourself always pays off big time! So many people use their breaks to sit around, using it to get a refreshing walk is awesome!
    3720 days ago
    That book sounds interesting. I'll hve to pick it up. Sounds like you're doing great with your program. Keep up the great work!

    3720 days ago
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