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Why Am I Doing a Blog? Day 2

Monday, January 16, 2012

I think I mentioned procrastinating yesterday? I'll have to work on that a little more! I do feel though that not everything was procrastinating, time just ran out!!! I'm whitling my list to 3 things tomorrow and in priority order. Will see how that goes.

I also have to add that another goal I want to achieve is trying more recipes. I have several receipes I plan on making or made once and wanted to try again changing a bit. Let's see if I can try one this week!

My day yesterday and today were much better than Friday. Went to the gym today and got a good cardio workout. Tomorrow is strength training with trainer.

Till tomorrow....



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  • no profile photo CD11200407
    There is that "P" word AGAIN! LOL...I think lots of us are that way, but once you get going on it it's ok....congratulations for "getting going"! I need to follow your lead on that one!
    3372 days ago
  • BUTEAFULL
    I'm a procrastinator too, but I'm retired so I have more time to procrastinate with, I win the procrastinator award just kidding. The trainer will do wonders for your drive and ambition to reach your goals
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    3372 days ago
  • CELIAMINER
    Have a GREAT day and prioritize well! I really understand time running out, as I am also a list maker, and the lists can be impossibly long. I also frequently fail to prioritize and fall into the trap of saying I will just knock out this task since it'll only take 5 minutes (right). Fifteen minutes later, I'm on to the next "only 5 minutes" task, and then the next, and then I get sidetracked by something not on the list, so I add it to the list just so I can cross it off, and then oooh, shiny object! Before I know it, the day is done, and the really important things are not.
    3372 days ago
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