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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Yesterday went well for me for both exercise and my food intake. I was a bit high on my sodium intake, but I know now what I need to do to adjust that.

I walked for over and hour and a half, shoveled snow and rode my bike for 25 minutes.

Last night, my husband got sick. Not fun. I ended up sleeping in our guest room in hopes that I can avoid getting what he has. He had some issues last night and that had me up for at least an hour and a half. He woke up early this morning still not feeling well.

So off to the store I went to get a few things to hopefully help him feel better. When I came home, I did not feel like taking my walk. Just too tired! But I made myself get on the treadmill. I decided I would just do a slow walk today for 30 minutes. I was so glad I pushed myself to go. I ended up walking for 80 minutes and felt better for having done so.

I am hoping and praying my husband gets better soon. We are supposed to go see two of our adult children on Friday, after having cancelled last week. I am hoping and praying I don't get what he has!
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    Hope your husband is soon feeling much better and also that you manage to escape coming down with whatever he was suffering from.

    Isn't it amazing how at times we have to push ourselves to begin any form of exercise, and yet once we begin, the time we planned to spend somehow almost always increases way beyond our original target? Exercise really does boost our mood, thankfully.

    Take care, stay healthy, and remember that your visit with family will be happening soon.
    1524 days ago
  • CHERIJ16
    I hope you all feel better by Friday. I am down with an annoying head cold and it's no fun! My exercise and diet have gone out the window!
    1527 days ago
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