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Day 15: Planning excercise NEED IDEAS

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Tomorrow: 60 min walk into town
Sat: ????
Sun: ????

Today, my problem is that I can't be bothered to do anything in particular. BAD. I could at least have a dance and maybe an indoor work out later, probably will.
Friday, Sat and Sun - am away. Thinking about it, we will probably do a lot of walking to get to places so that should be fine really. I can't plan because it's out of my hands and it's not that kind of weekend!

My weekends are a bit of a nightmare at the mo. I'm away for the next three so far, and I can't plan for the weeks because depending on this job and actually another interim one, I have no idea where I'll be or what I'll be doing even as far as Monday. I'll have to plan more properly when I know. I do at least know I'll get a good walk in tomorrowand will probably get a load of walking at the weekend, so if I do 30 mins min later, should be alright for an unusual week?

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    You sound like you could do with starting a 10 minute a day streak. just start with a simple 10 mins walk everyday, do more if you want to, but 10 mins minimum rule and maybe a water target. because you sound to be having trouble and trying to do more than you are really feeling the urge to do. take it steady, it will come!

    2477 days ago
  • MARYMO22
    do one of the spark videos - they're great when you're short on time / motivation.

    I struggled yesterday so once my dinner had settled I walked the (nearly a mile) to the furthest shop I could, and back in just over 30 minutes....felt much better once I'd done it
    DH wanted some sweets and I picked up some Sushi for a snack today for 69p and a sandwich for himself for 89p!
    worth going really - a swede for 19p - oh and chocolate chip coockies, whoops!

    2477 days ago
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