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Starting out on the right foot

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Day 2 of 2013 brings new challenges that much be dealt with. I woke up only to find that the switch on my treadmill is broken and must be replaced. Being that I live in Michigan and that it is quite cold outside, this poses a bit of a problem. I have a very difficult time walking outdoors when it is so bitter cold so I was really depending on using my treadmill for my virtual walk. Until I can get it fixed, I have chosen to improvise and find other ways to accomplish my daily goals. I am completely motivated and very determined to stay on track to meet my goals. I will not be defeated! I will simply strive to get my treadmill fixed as quickly as I can and continue my journey to the best of my ability!
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    I would say if you can't get outside, just walk in your house -- that is what I do!

    1999 days ago
  • JURI62
    I admire your attitude!
    How about doing some Spark videos?
    1999 days ago
    Is there anyway you can get to a Mall and walk there? Do you have steps in the house you can go up and down often on? I love to put music on and "march" around the house to the music. I high step,sometimes even skip! Of course my cats follow me which makes it even more fun. To me exercise has to be fun or I do not want to do it. Keep that positive attitude. emoticon Believe!
    2000 days ago
    May sound silly but just walk back and forth in your house til you get treadmil fixed. From one side of house to the other.
    2000 days ago
    As you said sometimes you have to adjust to whatever the circumstances are. You have a great attitude.
    2000 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Our duty is to faithfully serve the Lord where we are. When we serve Him faithfully today, He will look after our tomorrow’s! Shout Praises of JOY to Him! Vic.
    2000 days ago
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