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January 19, 2021

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Happy Tuesday!

It's been another long day. I went to bed early last night since I was tired, but still woke up around 4:15 and finally just got up. I haven't been as tired today, but I'm ready to crash tonight.

I got up, had my Energize, read my Bible and devotional and did my workout. I took my shower and had my breakfast. I got the boys up and out the door. I got the dishes washed and the bed made. That was it. I had no motivation whatsoever today.

I did get through 2 discs of S.W.A.T. though. At 4:30 I headed out the door. I had to stop and get gas before I headed to Jacob's game in Corning. They did win in overtime, so they are now 8-2 (I think). Jacob wanted to stay and watch the Varsity game so we did. The boys won too. We didn't see the girls' games, but know that the Varsity girls did win. I have no idea about the JV girls (their game was going on during the Varsity boys game).

So, now we're home and I'm getting this done so that I can go to bed.

1. Nutrition: okay, but it was just a weird day. I kind of snacked all afternoon, but didn't actually eat supper.
2. Fitness: Barre Blend: Booty Blend 5
3. Personal: Read my Bible and devotional; did a little reading, but mostly just watched DVDs; phone/computer time was okay.

Tomorrow - the main thing is Contemporary worship planning. I should tackle some laundry and cleaning. Hopefully I'll have the motivation!
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    Glad you had some down time today!
    36 days ago
    I love your goal section. I am trying to read or listen to the Bible everyday. I will join an in-person Bible study at my church on Wednesday mornings in February. I think it is supposed to take us through lent.
    Have a great day!
    36 days ago
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