BILLETWIFE

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death of the whiner me

Monday, July 30, 2012

I spent some time reviewing my past blog entries......really? Am I that much of a whiner. I TOTALLY hated the negativity that had seeped into my day to day discourse on this site. so no more!

I am in control of this life, this body and smart enough to manage challenges when things I can't control get in my path.

GOALS:
get up and move it at least three days this week. that is not the wimpy exercise I did this morning because I was late (and hoping to correct later today), but serious on the treadmill, zumba or another sweat inducing activity.

correct the lack of water......this one kills me because I have ALWAYS consumed a gallon of water without even blinking, but for some reason, I just can't seem to make even a little bit of progress with this one. I am subbing vitamin water, soda and just about anything else instead of the good stuff. silliness

smile smile smile. positive positive positve!!!

Have a wonderful day
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  • BILLETWIFE
    He is finally better.....and maybe taking my comments to heart about eating better. And I am committed to making it a little more brain dead for him. As in, more fruit, fewer sweets. and I am cooking at home every single night. I guess he will have to make changes, or starve :)

    Thanks for asking. I appreciate the support
    2175 days ago
  • ANGRITTER
    Is your hubby feeling better?

    I love the positivity, but you really are not a whiner. We just happen to have a place to vent our frustrations and you've used the tool correctly. But it does sometimes take a look back to see where we have been, and maybe what we can change.

    Try doing one funny thing each day that makes you smile. That will help with the positivity.

    Enjoy!
    2176 days ago
  • NORCALMOM3
    Wishing you a happy and positive day!
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    2176 days ago
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