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Sunday, January 03, 2021

Well, third day of the year! Still working on making blogging a daily occurrence - or not! Who knows? I do morning pages in the morning so this is like a continuation of that. Rambling thoughts shared with whomever reads it. Hopefully you are able to pull something useful out of my sharings!

The children and I took the dogs to the dog park yesterday! It was a warm day, snow was melting! The dog park was packed which probably isn't good in the provincial government guidelines for social distancing. But it was nice to get out and walk and see other people and other dogs!

I also did a Betty Rocker workout which is great fun and goes by so fast that you don't even feel like it's taken up any time! I'm following a 30 day program so have now completed Day 2 (with Day 3 being today). I feel stronger but not deadly sore! Good workouts!

I've ensured that I've set a plan for each day and am doing as much of my plan as possible. It's hard to not overplan - planning too much - which then leaves you feeling unable to do anything! But there are certain things I want to accomplish and sometimes I don't get it all done. So I am working on minimizing my daily plans to what is possible to accomplish in a day! I want to end the day feeling like I can get the things done! If I finish what's on my list there is always something else to do!

This feels like a lot of rambling for the day! Were you able to find anything useful for you in my ramblings? Do you make lists? Do you feel like a failure if you don't get everything done? (Don't feel that way!) I find if I don't plan, I do nothing but hold the couch down and binge watch TV! Get some movement in today and plan something that you will complete! Successful day for all!
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