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Choosing Laziness - but just for today

Saturday, September 29, 2012

My daughter is with me this weekend and she will turn 13 next month. We had planned to take a hike on the river trail this morning but neither of us felt like it so we made a conscious choice to skip it.

We are going up to the Mesa to hike and have some hot chocolate and see the fall colors tomorrow. We may do some Wii some wii games this afternoon. We may walk to the store to get a Redbox movie this afternoon.

But even if we don't I think it is ok. As long as I don't let a day turn into a week or a month.

I did my Spark Coach exercise. I tracked what I will eat today. I am doing some chores in my jammies. And I am sharing giggles with my little girl.

I think it is ok to be lazy - for a day.
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  • KOFFEENUT
    You will NEVER regret the days you spend hanging out with your little girl, even if the most exercise you get is giggling!
    2624 days ago
  • NOTSPEEDY
    Sounds like you are having a great time. One day doesn't make or break anyone.
    2625 days ago
  • MARCIAC10
    Hope you're enjoying the weekend with her!
    2625 days ago
  • TORTOISE110
    Sounds like a sweet day with your girl! Active too. What could be more important. I know you will feel good about pushing more tomorrow. emoticon
    2626 days ago
  • KARRENLYNN
    I believe you have the right attitude. Exercising and eating right is always a great goal to aim at, but flexibility is important also. Time with your daughter doing other things and chores in your jammies are good too. Lazy for a day is ok, as long it's not a habit. You're doing great! :)



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    2626 days ago
  • LAWANDMUSIC
    WOW! Even though you think you were lazy today, you were NOT lazy. You spent quality time with your child and plan to walk to the store today.
    2626 days ago
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