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Day 2 of 40-Making room

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

I am thinking about what I have to give up, what I have to change and how to manage my time to get to my goals. I am giving up some of my computer time. I am getting rid of some junk and I am working to think about what I ate and when.

Today was a strange day. I spent 3 hours at indoor park with my son and then we went with my husband to look at the pet store. My little guy loved looking at the snakes, mice, ferrets, lizards and any other little thing that he could find. It was fun watching him and talking about the animals. He is very interested in what is happening around him.

My friend showed me some me some strength exercises and gave me a stretch tube, he picked it up and told me that he was going to work out to find his muscles again because he lost them. It was very cute.

I am not making a cake because I want one. I am eating healthy. I am going to do the right thing tonight and create excellence. I can do that, even if it is hard.

I am making good choices even though I am about 4,000 steps short today. I have some stuff to do so I cannot go and walk on the treadmill to make it up. Kind of makes me sad not to be perfect. emoticon

I think that is part of the problem. Well I am off to get some more stuff done.
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    Perfect is boring, there is not excitement in it. Not that I know from personal experience, but I am pretty sure. emoticon
    4127 days ago
    Yah, it's such a blow not being perfect LOL You're funny. I like the positive affirmations and your motivation. You go girl!
    4127 days ago
    Thanks for reminding me to stay focused. I have been baking and eating GS cookies and needed this reminder to behave. Let's stay on target.
    4127 days ago
    Sounds like you are making excellant strides to lead the best life. Woot.
    4128 days ago
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