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A Belated Reply....

Sunday, November 10, 2019


Thank you to the Sparkies sending sparkgoodies, notes, spark mail, spark page comments in the offline times! They're always lovely to come back to! One such sparkgoodie with a note came from the "Healthy Lifestyle Sparkers" Sparkteam and asked some great spark questions worth sharing!

"What good healthy habits are you doing to keep you on track .. what do you do when you fall off the horse .. do you get back on ??"

One good healthy habit I've been taking on in more recent years is to tackle (get rid of/attempt to get rid of!) one big bad habit per year to focus on - nothing to do with making/breaking New Year's Resolutions though!

So far tackled - no coffee, no alcohol, last year was no soft drink. (The first two, done! The last one...9 days to go 'til year one is done! Have had one sml glass of soft drink in that time - so better luck with that in year two, hey!). Not sure what to do for this year, but thinking more about ADDING a good habit, rather than taking away a bad habit...will see!

As for the "horse falling" - if it's something wanted - get back on, start again, keep practicing. If in the falling, have learnt that it's not something that works / that's wanted after all, try a different approach, or a different horse altogether.

Happy Sparkin'!

(Thank you for the sparkgoodie and note that this post is in reply to 1Crazydog & PrincessPP - cheers!)
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  • 1CRAZYDOG
    WISE advice about falling off the horse! Never thought of it that way. Truth, though.
    33 days ago
  • ALEXSGIRL1
    i like that try a different horse all together glad your back and doing well
    34 days ago
  • OPTIMIST123
    Very good. Gives me some new ideas.
    34 days ago
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