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Accountability Blog Day 18

Monday, April 09, 2012

April Goals:

Physical Goals: 1) Cut coffee to 4 cups per day
2) measure food portions
3) track food and stay within 1700 - 2050

1) C25K Mon Wed Fri
2) Bike Tue Thu Sat
3) Stretching Mon to Sat
4) Sit Ups & Push Ups Mon to Fri

Mental Goals : Gardening Study 1 Hour per day

Spiritual Goals: 1) Meditate 20 min per day
2) Pray morning and night

How I Did:

emoticon OK there isn't much to say except it was a beautiful warm sunny day. Other than that I ate too much measured nothing sat and watched the Masters all day. Did get the heart rate up when Bubba Watson made that impossible shot to virtually win the Masters. That day is gone and today is here.
One thing I am going to change on my blogs is when I do them. Started last month writing the morning after as one of my goals was sleep. I came to the conclusion I don't sleep so dropped that goal and will write them at night starting tonight. Therefore there will be a 19th blog today. This is info for anyone who may remotely care when my blog is done.
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    I'm glad you explained that one, or I'd have thought you did nothing but watch golf all day!
    2235 days ago
    I love your blogs! Write them day or night it doesn't matter, but keep them coming!!
    2236 days ago
    funny, i was thinking about changing my blogging time to mornings. seems like at night, i am so rushed to do everything and then blog on top of that? its too much all at the end of the day. not a relaxing thing to do before i sleep.

    2236 days ago
    Yeah, for me it's Baseball, especially the Royals and the Pirates. I'm with you on SLEEP. I work out or do Yoga for about 15-20 minutes about two hours before bedtime. Sometimes it works, sometimes a swing and a miss. Keep at it Peter!! You know I got your back!!
    2236 days ago
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