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My lazy day turned out to be a grazing day -- I didn't do too badly, though, only about 200 calories over the recommended intake (it was the blasted potato chips!)

So, I'm at the office, taking my lunch hour at my desk, and going over my emails. I found this excerpt in my horoscope for today:

Knowing that true success is in your own hands, you are making steps toward it, and therefore you are certain to meet it halfway. As we walk toward our goals, they are being attracted to us as well. Success is a multifaceted concept that includes a clear vision and confidence as well as taking action to attain your goals. It also includes staying connected to center and balanced in your life. Success in only one area cannot last long when imbalance reigns in the whole of your life. Since you are feeling successful today, you can be proud that you have met these points and possess many more as well.

Success means different things to different people. In order to attain your vision of success, you must first define it for yourself and create the vision. We can create our own version of success by combining aspects we like about others’ journeys. Perhaps you like the idea of a great office but don’t want to spend as much time tied to the desk as your boss did. One person may envision travel; another may crave the sound of people clamoring for his or her advice. As you identify what your personal picture of success looks like, you can begin making choices that will take you in that direction. By using your own ideals as your compass today, you work with the universe to create your own success.

Here's to our success, and to celebrate what each of us do to achieve it!

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    Just 200 over is really awesome. So great, great job. I definitely think success is heading your way.
    4449 days ago
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