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Excuses or challenges

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Life gets busy, there is always something that needs to be done but is that an excuse not to exercise or a challenge to overcome? I sometimes have difficulty knowing the difference but by making exercise part of my life I have no more excuses just challenges.

I love to walk, it is my mainstay of exercise and I don't have a treadmill so I always walk outside. This winter has been a challenge with record breaking snow storms, followed by the wettest spring in recent history. Yes there were days when I had excuses and not challenges but overall I became a challenge winner and this morning I had the fruit of my labour.

I pulled out a pair of shorts new from last year because the previous year's did not fit - not an uncommon occurance each passing summer. Not this summer though - last year's shorts were TOO BIG and now I need to buy new because they don't fit for the right reason.

I still have a long journey ahead of me but so long as I don't make excuses and just overcome the challenges I know I will ge there in the end.
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  • WINKERDINK
    emoticon Don't ya love when that happens!? You are doing great!

    Why don't you look into a Walk Away the Pounds for those rainy, yucky days! 2 miles in 30 minutes! You know you have 30 minutes!
    3477 days ago
  • NEVADAPP
    Glynnis! Congrats on being smaller than last summer! Doesn't it feel good? Keep up the walking because it's working for you! BTW that's my favorite cardio too!
    3477 days ago
  • MIRAGE727
    I always enjoy a blog where you've learned something and we remember. I've been there and I feel the same way. Excuse is a word to lose. You are doing great. You are committed. Thanks for sharing. It was a great read!
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    3477 days ago
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