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WUB Only 72% and not Friday but Monday ain't too bad....

Monday, January 21, 2013

72% down from 89% last week. emoticon Not as bad as 69% a few weeks ago.
( 3 possible points each of six goals.)

My WUB (weekly update blog) January 21 st :

1.Working toward 500 Fitness Minutes goal for the month of January. 3 points emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

2. "Daily, base 2 of 3 meals on veggies." 1 points emoticon

3. " No more than one cup of coffee per day. emoticon And drink minimum of 8 glasses of water and/or green tea per day." only 2 points...

How to improve: Replace the coffee with green tea. It still has caffeine. And use the stuff for energy from the naturopath. And get more sun now in the winter months.

4. "Limit SP time to 2 hours. ... emoticon... so "Me Time" is used for a hobby or seeing a friend or something active like taking a walk." 1 point

I am slipping . Except for water aerobics (which was superb!) I stayed in the house. I did reading emoticon and found some excellent TV shows this week. Read Terry Prattchett's MAKING MONEY which was hilarious. emoticon emoticon

#4. How to improve: Since hitting Level 18 in sparkpoints I need to change my focus to actually DOING the things that make me healthy like daily exercise and eating 3 real (and veggie based) meals and only 2 snacks each day . emoticon emoticon Only 2 snacks!! Oh my!! emoticon emoticon

5. Water aerobics at least 3 times per week---- 3 points! emoticon
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6. WUB Weekly Update Blogs on these goals to keep me focused. 3 points! emoticon emoticon

And, definitely writing the Weekly Update Blog has helped keep my behavioral goals in mind week after week. emoticon

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  • DANLIN60
    Good for you Chris keep it up, doing better than I am, that's for sure.
    1919 days ago
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