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Baby Streak-ette

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

I'm proud to report that I've made progress on my 100 Minute Plan items! emoticon

My first impulse is to write about what I DIDN'T accomplish. emoticon -

Purposefully reframing my results is that I DID accomplish:

1. At least 10 minute walk- yesterday with 200 JOG steps, today with 500 JOG steps! emoticon emoticon

2. ~ 5 minute clutter clearing sorting recycle bottles into bags
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3. ~ 5 minute clutter clearing putting away clean laundry from my hoarder gravity test closet
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4. 30 minute career education/training research for my Development Plan due EOM
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5. 0 minutes reporting my individual development units emoticon

I'm MOST proud of my 2 day Baby Streak-ette for Walking! emoticon I've been a chair seat endurance tester wayyyy too much these days.

And I'm on Day 2 for my new Stream of Consciousness Notebook where I jot down my random thoughts, feelings, intentions, accomplishments, what I ate with calorie & protein estimations. All in no particular order or format cuz my fear has been someone would read my journal, so I didn't write down anything. My S of C personal writing methodology looks just like my work notes, so nobody gives this notebook a second glance. emoticon

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  • 2HAMSDIET
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    1640 days ago
  • IOWALONEWOLF
    I so enjoyed reading this especially when you wrote that you decided to focus on the positive and not the negative. I just read about this in "The Spark" I think everyone of us should read that book. It is so cool how you find things listed in it that we are all doing.

    It encourages me to read about your accomplishments big or small. It is like you know things are right in the world when a friend does good things.
    1640 days ago
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