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Accountability Check in (Nov 7/8)

Friday, November 08, 2013

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Well, looks like I'm resetting the exercise for 10 minutes goal but I'm claiming yesterday as a rest day. I was just so tired. So tired that I started falling asleep during my exam. (I don't think that went well but I'll see on Tues.) I made it worse by staying up until 1am working on my homework so I only got 5 hours of sleep. emoticon Perhaps that's why I had a headache all day even after taking something for it. Of course it may also be caffeine withdrawal even though I don't really "use" caffeine on a regular basis.

So, tonight will be early to bed after stretching in the hopes that sleep will refresh me. Tomorrow I'll recap the week and look towards my goals for next week. (Posting them here has really helped me.)

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  • FUNLOVEN
    I think your doing great at posting your goals here in order to be accountable! For some reason I enjoy seeing how you are doing and keeping in touch.

    I have thought about using this approach myself because I really don't feel accountable and I'm wondering if that is part of the problem/reason that I slack off so much. I have never followed through on starting a goal blog because I try so hard to be creative when I do a blog entry and thought that blogging about my little goals would be boring to everyone (maybe not; maybe others will like it just as I like seeing yours).

    Get some sleep!
    2780 days ago
  • MSHEL7
    Sleep will probably help the headache. We all need a rest day once in a while. I just took one and it was a good thing. I hope you can get some good rest.
    2781 days ago
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