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Day 26..Grammy 27 unconscious decisions

Monday, February 01, 2010

Day 26

Ok...I am a music buff and I LOVE Grammy night and since I blog a night...last night got Nothing much going on in my head yesterday anyway...hehehe.

Day 27

One thing I have noticed lately is that without giving it thought, I am making better decisions about my healthy lifestyle.

I walk on my 15 minute break at work. I don't use the drive up window to pay my bills....I opt to park and walk in. I look for extra ways to get more steps in rather than trying to save steps. I even squat to pick things up now instead of bending over. I realize the things don't seem like much to the average person but these little things are a lot to me. It means even more that I am doing these things without hesitation and thought. These things have never happened in my past and failed attempts to better myself. I am really doing it this time!!! I am actually reprogramming my brain!!! WOW...this is a good feeling!!!!! I am so excited..I just can't hide it emoticon!!!!! LOL!!!

It's the little things in life...ahhh.
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    Good for you! Little things really do add up to big successes!
    4115 days ago
    I have to agree, I think these little things that we change make all the difference. After all it is supposed to be a lifestyle change, not just a diet. Congratulations and keep having fun!!
    4116 days ago
    It's so funny when we realize that we're doing all these little extras that we wouldn't do walking in to pay a I think it just baffles our mind but we like it..and it makes us feel good... so cool. It's gonna' keep getting better and better..wait and seeeeeee!

    xoxox I'm proud of you! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4116 days ago
    awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!n> emoticon

    4116 days ago
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