2012: Week 7 in Review!!!

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Today's Message from God is so appropriate for my life most days!!!
On this day, God wants you to know...
... that it's time you remembered who you really are.
You are not your wallet, your job, your kids, your house. You are not your activities or your worries or the labels other people give you. Like an actor you play these roles, and like a good actor you sometimes forget who you really are. Time to wake up now, and remember that you are a being of immense power and breathtaking beauty created in the image of God.

Too often I loose sight of who I am. And since at this point in my life I don't have a wallet, job, kids, or a house it could get real discouraging if that is where I place my focus! emoticon

emoticonGOALS FOR WEEK 7 in Review emoticon

emoticon NUTRITION (daily): consume 1250-1600 calories, minimum 4 f/v, stay in range on f/c/p emoticon

emoticonEXERCISE (daily): FOUR SP Videos--2 toning 2 cardio emoticon While I did not manage to complete Spark Videos as planned I did average 64 mins of cardio every day. I did complete 2 ST videos MWF for arms and shoulders. emoticon

emoticonMOTIVATION (daily): One Year Bible Reading and MUFHH Devotion.
emoticonSLEEP (daily): Get a minimum of seven hours sleep (continuous) per night emoticon

emoticon SPREAD THE SPARK (daily): Huddle with five teams, Participate in Just Do It Weekly Challenge and Florida Golf Challenge, Comment on two 1st Blogs, Connect with an average of ten Spark Friends. emoticon

emoticonJUST FOR FUN (daily): Spend at least two hours either reading, watching a television show I enjoy, taking a nap, playing on Facebook, or spending Quality Time with a friend live and in the flesh! emoticon
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  • XRSIZE18
    Good for you! 64 minutes of cardio every day??? That's impressive!
    2853 days ago
  • KARENE10
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  • KRIS415
    emoticon Nice work! emoticon
    2854 days ago
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