Starting a new streak

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

I am starting a new streak today! I thought about writing this blog this morning and now when I got on to Sparkpeople to do it realized what my last blog was about.
On May 1st, I commited to doing Coach Nicole's workout. Well, needless to say that streak didn't last very long. I made a goal of doing it but failed to plan when I was going to do it. I have been struggling with how to fit exercise in. I felt a little down when I looked at that blog, yet again another failed attempt. Except, I quickly changed me thinking. That goal, taught me what I needed in my future goals, planning!

After reading the Spark Solution, which is fabulous!, I am really making healthy changes to my life. Also, I recently took a training at work about the 5 Choices of Extraordinary Productivity from Franklin Covey. Both of these have lead me to look at when I can plan for exercise in my life. This leads me to my first streak! Exercise in the morning!

My plan is to move some of my morning duties: making lunches, getting clothes together to the evening. This will free up my mornings and I will get up 5 minutes earlier and exercise.
Plan in place. Today is Day 1! emoticon
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    Welcome back to starting your spark streak!
    2792 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6145574

    i lost 44 pounds by giving up grain and sugar products.
    at age 61.

    my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 by walking 15000 steps a day.

    you can do it.

    2792 days ago
  • SBN141
    This is a good idea! Make a little extra room for something that will kick start your day and keep you in the right mentality. Working out in the morning makes it easier for me to make healthier choices during the day. Maybe it will be the same for you. Added bonus! emoticon
    2792 days ago
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