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R.E.V.O.L.U.T.I.O.N. - 100 Day Challenge

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Day 1 Weigh in/Clean out pantry & refrigerator
Day 2 List reasons you have given up before
Day 3 List reasons you will not give up this time
Day 4 Post something inspirational (Quote, photo, song lyrics)
Day 5 Go to bed early
Day 6 Drink an extra 8 ounces of water
Day 7 Try a new fitness activity
Day 8 Try a new healthy food
Day 9 Identify something you like about your body
Day 10 Examine phase 1 victories


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Why am I joining another challenge? I am so busy and I am already involved in some delightful challenges. emoticon emoticon

I've always heard that you should ask a busy person to do something if you want something done. I am not typically a busy person. Laziness is my default mode. I've spent my life sitting when I could be standing and lying down when I could be sitting.
If I could put off until death what I should do in life (dental work, healthiness, etc.) I was determined to do it.

I am now an active member of a few challenges and I am also committed to:
a) exercise every day a minimum of 30 minutes
b) do a good job at my job (teaching)
c) continue to shop for and cook healthy meals on the flexitarian/mostly vegetarian plan
d) not let down my teams.
e) keep track of my virtual walk from Moscow to Lucca, Italy



Day one: Weighed in; food cleaned out of kitchen and refrigerator.
This part isn't too hard because I got rid of skanky foods a while back.
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  • DUSTYPRAIRIE
    Great ideas!
    3558 days ago
  • FUNKY5RED
    You have great goals! I will be walking with you! Let's be great Cats!!!

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    3558 days ago
  • SPARKCHANTAL
    i'll join you on all your goals, esp. walking to italy, i like this idea!
    3558 days ago
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