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my pantry door...

Friday, August 14, 2015

... used to be open all the time. Now it's closed with a sign on it where I'm counting down the days until I have to sit in that airplane seat. No guilt or shaming, just a reminder of the inevitable. No matter what choices I make between now and then, I will be sitting in that seat, and bending over to retrieve stuff from under the seat in front of me. Will I be comfy? Or bloated and inflexible? Only I can choose!
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  • no profile photo CD15505658
    emoticon reminder! emoticon
    2137 days ago
  • MADDCK
    Great idea!
    2137 days ago
  • BBLUNDON
    notes are truly motivating for sure .. i used to love cheese whiz which of course is the worst thing to eat - once we put a sign on the jar that said NO! i stopped touching it. was the first time i truly realized the power of a sign!

    enjoy your flight!

    b
    2138 days ago
  • REDSHOEBLUE
    What a great motivator! emoticon
    2139 days ago
  • no profile photo CD11332084
    Genius!
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    2139 days ago
  • I_CHOOSE
    First class tickets, anyone? I paid the $$$ the last time we had to fly and, while it was over and beyond our normal budget, it's the first flight in years that either of us enjoyed.
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    I will avoid flying whenever possible BUT if I do decide to travel in retirement and IF it requires getting on an airplane, first class it will be!



    2140 days ago
  • CHRISTINA209
    I find notes or signs encouraging, they are a tool if you use them right! I used to throw a blanket over my tv with a note saying "what are you gaining?" and this really helped me to stop watching so much and do other things. Keep working at it!
    2140 days ago
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