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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

It's highly possibly I'm getting addicted to SP.

I could spend hours here looking at recipes, reading other peoples' stories, getting a boost of positive energy.

Guess I should use that energy, though, and get moving!


Today my plan is to do some stair-climbing and then a 15-minute Leslie Sansone DVD.

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    I did a Tabata workout. It was brutal and awesome all rolled into one! Hope your workout was great! emoticon
    1883 days ago
    I've stop continuously blogging as I have lots and lots to say and it's hard to stop writing and suddenly, couple of hours have passed and I haven't finished writing LOL
    But I still keep myself accountable using the SP tools (fitness tracker, nutrition tracker, goals trackers) and forums :D So, for blogs, it for my every quarter of year progress :D
    1883 days ago
    I agree! So much to do and read on SP! Did Week 1 day 2 of couch to 5K this morning. Feels great when it's over!!

    Have a great day!
    1884 days ago
    I'm going to hike with my husband, then ride my stationary bike. After that, I'm getting our master bathroom ready so we can put down new flooring in it, over the next few days. emoticon
    1884 days ago
  • -AMANDA79-
    Great plan! As you saw from my blog post, I'm a big fan of posting a plan and then reporting back on whether or not I followed it. I don't like having to tell you all that I didn't stay on track. Like the masses of SP are on pins and needles waiting to hear the results! emoticon
    1884 days ago
    BTDT - I hear ya......


    Today I start a series of pre-acceptance tests for a part-time gig (whew! about time I got something, even if it's not full-time).....

    'm getting the SP work done now.....

    Enjoy your day!
    1884 days ago
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