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Is it getting habitual?

Sunday, March 10, 2013

As I have said a few times already, I'm not much of a blogger... So when Week 2 blogging was done, I sighed with a relief. BUT yesterday night I felt that something was missing. Yes, I had been consistent with my other goals (squats and encouragement, workouts), but I didn't blog... it felt a bit strange. Therefore I thought that today I want to put down a few lines and hopefully I will do it at least a couple of times a week. :)

Yesterday I had a nice long walk, I plan to go walking today also. Weather is quite cold here still so I have to keep moving pretty fast. It's a good exercise!

Take care and have a wonderful week!
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  • SNOWFLAKELILYM9
    I too am not much of a blogger and felt the relief when the pressure of having too was done, but I too have been missing it. I found it helps me stay focused on my goals and what I'm doing to accomplish them and I really got a boost from all the support. Great job on stepping out of your comfort zone and blogging even when you "don't have to".

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    2916 days ago
  • MIKAEELA
    Yes, Evelyn, You are absolutely right - moderation is the key! Thank You so much for stopping by my page and blog and for the goodie and message also!!! It means a great deal to me! emoticon
    2917 days ago
  • EJOY-EVELYN
    I like to think blogging fits into that category of "Everything in moderation" . . . some of us are just a little more moderate and that's just fine. I too felt the relief and relished in it. WooHoo! It's great to see you're sticking to your goals and healthy habits! Keep up the great work! Hug, hug -- Evelyn
    2917 days ago
  • JAZZEJR
    It's a good habit, I think. Keeps you tuned in to your goals--and you can always count on us to BACK YOU UP!! :) emoticon
    2917 days ago
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