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I work a full-time job and go to school with a family, so exercising was not a priority. I get to work at 7:15 am and don't start until 8:00 am so it hit me, walk the park near my office BEFORE I start my work day. This way I get some exercise and meditation time in each day. Those 20-30 minutes are well worth using for exercise in the morning because in the evenings I can do my toning while studying or during commercials (if I get to watch a movie). emoticon GETTIN R DONE

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  • Good one! Thanks - by LEANMEAN2
    I usually have about 10 or 15 mins left after I eat my lunch, so this would be a great time to get 10 or 15 mins of walking in. Thanks for the idea! :) - by CUPCAKE_DIVA72
    that is good thinking,make the best of our time,I do stretching while I am waitting for the wash to get done,it all helps,thanks for sharing!! emoticon emoticon - by CJOHNSTON2001
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    Thanks for sharing. - by BANNERMAN
  • Yep! It certainly does work! great plan. - by CECELW
  • You go girl! emoticon - by LDYFXSTS
  • Good thinking - and such a positive way to start the work day. - by JULIA1154
  • emoticon emoticon - by MSROZZIE
  • well said. - by AMBER461
  • way to go! - by MISSJANE55
  • great plan! - by SJKENT1
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  • Excellent! emoticon - by DONNELDA22
    Good for you. I remember those work-study-family days and the yearning to watch a movie on TV.... - by VAINVT
  • great idea! emoticon - by BARBALVA
    emoticon emoticon emoticon Thanks so much for sharing. emoticon - by LOVINGKATE
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  • It is all about rethink our schedule and how to fit things. It doesn't have to be perfect to see improvements. - by MAKBABE

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