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May 1

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Surely spring is here. Today is the second in a row of 70+ temperatures. We will return to 50s and drizzle for a few days.

I am looking forward to summer. There was a family crisis last summer; I do hope there isn't one this summer. I only work two days per week, but I won't be doing that this summer, so will feel as if I have more "free" time.

This morning I made a current goal to make sure that I walked or did resistance bands for at least ten minutes each morning. It seems that is the time it takes for my endorphins to kick in. That is important for me, since I have side effects to anti-anxiety/anti-depression medications. I think doing this may help with other healthy decisions.

Have a great May 2013, my Sparkfriends!
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    May is my favorite month of the year! I love that every thing is green and blooming.
    Enjoy your goal as it's perfect for you. I intend to work harder on losing now that I'm back home and in our normal routine.
    1869 days ago
    WooHoo for SPRING!!! emoticon
    EnJOY the morning emoticon !!!
    emoticon It does a body good!
    1870 days ago
    We have had 80's here but rain the next few days It sound like you have good plan and will enjoy the summer emoticon emoticon . Have a great day
    1872 days ago
    emoticon Happy May Day!
    1872 days ago
    Great goal. I have a list of things that make me feel better printed out and set on the top of one of the many stacks of junk on my desk. I look at it every day. And, sometimes, I even do a couple of them!!
    1873 days ago
    Tammy, that sounds like the perfect goal for you. I hope your summer is a smooth relaxing one.
    1873 days ago
    Sounds great when ever you can find something that helps out! And The rain is said this afternoon thru Monday afternoon I got the emoticon mowing done this morning! emoticon
    1873 days ago
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