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Time wasters . . . .

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Spark Coach lesson - find the 25th hour.

We are supposed to blog on our time wasters . . . .

I watch too much TV - yes, I admit it!
I spend too much time on the computer at home and at work.

I do better during the work week - I get up and get 30 minutes logged in on my recumbent bike. I don't get this in on the weekend. I started walking 30 minutes but haven't been steady with that.

I'm on break now for Christmas/New Years and. . .

I've lost my schedule and the time wasters are chasing me . . . . I should be turning that into some extra activity emoticon emoticon emoticon

Oh but I do get my emoticon in and disrupt my schedule by staying up later and sleeping in longer. Do I make positive use of this time ABSOLUTLY NO!

So . . . I'm making a plan. I'll keep you posted.

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  • SPEDED2
    Small changes...big results.
    1124 days ago
  • GODS-PRINCESS
    Spark Coach had a awesome assignment.

    It was a awesome blog! Awesome honesty! Good Luck!
    1124 days ago
  • JEANKNEE
    Awareness provides the opportunity for us to re-assess and make changes, if need be.

    emoticon emoticon
    1125 days ago
  • BLUEJAY1969
    I spend a lot of time on the computer when I fall ill........but rarely watch much TV. I watch maybe 5 hours a week. BUT I am hooked on audio books and sometimes coloring.

    You know what you need to do........ I am confident you can do it!!!
    1125 days ago
  • MKP1966
    Remember why you started your journey. I have placed my recumbent bike in front of my TV. It's easy to peddle my way through the news or what ever show I am watching. You can do this.??
    1125 days ago
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