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I did it - part 3

Thursday, February 14, 2013

First - thank you everyone who left me a comment!! I really appreciate it and your words of encourgement make it easier for me.

Ok - well yesterday I said I probably wouldn't be able to get in a walk because I would be busy busy - I still wore my tracking and by the end of the day had found I had logged over 2800 steps (see? I told ya I was gonna be busy - lol)

Today is Wednesday - after taking my son to work I stopped off again at the park and walked - I'm usually doing around 30 min or so - which (depending on what path I take) gives me around 2400 steps (give/take)

It's getting easier and easier for me to do this. Not to say I'm totally in a comfort zone but it is getting easier (my total comfort zone will be for me to walk my neighborhood - another goal). And 3 days does not a habit make. My son works at 8 tomorrow so I'll be stopping for a walk again - weather willing. That being said I probably won't be posting any more for a while (nobody needs to hear - I walked again today - over and over and over)

Thank you all for your support - it's truly been a help!!!
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    Awesome! Keep it up, and it will be a habit and you'll get more comfortable soon. At least let us know how your doing periodically.

    Have a great day and keep on steppin'!

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    2223 days ago
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    You're doing great! Keep on walking and soon you'll reach your goal of walking to the park. emoticon
    2223 days ago
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    2223 days ago
    So glad you're walking PATTY, keep up those healthy & good habits!
    I'm very proud of you. You proved you can make it a good habit in your life.
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    2223 days ago
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