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Sunday 3/9/14

Sunday, March 09, 2014

It's Sunday and the sun is shining today. I'm thrilled to see the beauty outside and am hopeful that it is warm enough to go for a walk today. It will be a little slower today than usual, as my hips hurt today. I know I should probably take the day off from exercise, but a leisurely 4 mile walk shouldn't hurt anything LOL!

Had a good day yesterday. Got lots of stuff put away after having to move things for the guys to come and insulate the sill plate on Friday. I also filed the garbage tote again, which is good. I'd like to do that every week until the house is cleared out of the junk we have collected over the years. The stuff I am throwing out isn't stuff that can be donated, that's going in a different bag!

Disappointed that our team lost the hockey game last night, but it was an exciting game. The other team won 7- 6 with the winning goal scored within the last 45 seconds of the game. Too many penalties plagued both teams, but we got a penalty with a little over 2 minutes left in a tied game. What was that guy thinking?????? Oh well, they now have to play on Wednesday to advance to the national tournament.


I am the only one who can do this for myself.
I make the choice of what I put in my mouth.
I make the choice to exercise daily.
I make the choice to have a positive frame of mind.
I make the choice to be healthy!

Goals for today:
~ read my mantra
~ 80 oz water
~ 17,000 steps (29,571 yesterday)
~ 25 flights of stairs (40 flights yesterday)
~ keep an open mind
~ journal every bite
~ smile at least once an hour
~ learn something new and remember what I learned
~ eat a fruit or vegetable with every meal and as one snack today
~ laugh out loud today
~ focus on this lifestyle I have chosen for myself and don't sweat the small stuff

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