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Plan B

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Today's goal work is developing a plan B. It seems that's all I've been doing this week - I was supposed to have one lunch out and now it's 2 at the same place (I screwed up - don't wanna talk about it emoticon), I had to leave before my workout was finished this morning due to a snow day, etc., etc. I really HAVE done 9 days out of my 120 so far, so 111 to go, and today's on track so far.

What I've been doing is making amends without trying to be perfect. That's worked. So, I had to leave early this morning and all that was due, still, was my ST workout. I'd already done 20 minutes of Zumba and a 10 minute yoga routine. I got back and was feeling pressed about work, but I did 3 of my 5 ST exercises. And this was better than doing none. I still made my goal of at least 30 minutes of exercise daily. I had both breakfast AND lunch out today, but I planned around that in terms of choices I made out and food I'm having at home.

It's all doable. That's what I've got to keep in the forefront of my mind as I do this.
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    You are doing great, Jen!! It's not about being perfect, it's about learning good habits and behaviors so you make the best choices most of the time. No one is perfect...if we were, the world wouldn't be in such a mess, eh?

    Keep up the great work -- you are doing awesome!

    3299 days ago
    You're doing great! Important thing is that you are making adjustments to schedule changes and still staying focused on the overall goal!
    3299 days ago
    Thanks so much for stopping by and for the encouragement, Ann!
    3300 days ago
    Sounds like you are beginning to get a handle on life - which as we all know is what happens when you're busy making other plans! Way to go - continued success!
    3300 days ago
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