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Monday, March 06, 2017

We all have excuses to not work out to not get healthier. My number one is I"m already doing it. Well in my case, thinking about it is not doing it. what else? Not enough time, I'm to tired, I need to get other things done, I have to home school the kids all day. so now my reality check.
1. Not enough time. Hmm I have the same 24 hours that God gave each one of us. I just don't use mine effecent enough. Time to change that.
2. I'm to tired. Well do it in the morning when you're not to tired.
3. I need to get other things done. Ok get them done instead of thinking about it first. Just think, while you are thinking about everything that time adds up to a workout or a walk.
4. I have to home school the kids all day. Well I do, but..... they do have gym class or need to. Go outside and make it a nature/science walk. Do it before school starts. Just because you are at the computer doesn't mean you can't walk in place, stretch, do anything to move.
~Guess what excuses done~.
PS I got my first work out in by the first class today. The rest is bonus emoticon
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    Great job on figuring it out that you can do this, Jamie. One of my favs is to do wall pushups after I wash my hands and before I leave the bathroom. I do 26 in a minute, but I do what I can in what little time I have to get outta there -- then add them up. By the end of the day, I've done several minutes of pushups. In the morning and at night, I do side bends and squats while I brush my teeth for 2 minutes. 8-)
    1281 days ago
    You can do it! We all can! Good blog!
    1334 days ago
    Great way to bust those excuses. I don't know how old your kids are but what do you for physical education? This would be a good opportunity to incorporate exercise every day, all you need is 10 minutes.

    Good luck in your weight loss journey.
    1362 days ago
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