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Wow, can't believe I'm here...writing...

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

(though I'd like to save this on my computer to keep...sigh guess I can copy it...)

Dor (The Suppers Program) has been trying to get me to be observant and I've thought writing would be helpful. I've observed occasionally...

But back to here. I decided to try SparkCoach yesterday. It's asking me to do just what Dor asked me to do: pick small achievable goals so I can be successful. I have chosen 10 min. of exercises a day, listening to a happy song (makes me happy!), And planning two to three healthy snacks each day. They're easy. I'm doing well with. Makes me feel good.

SparkCoach also asks me how on doing. Just like Dor. I ask me: how do you feel? Emotionally? Physically? What are the circumstances you're in the middle of? And then without asking I automatically take deep breaths if they're needed, give a little thought about how I can make things better, even make some changes.

I know that when I see Dor on Thursday she'll be thrilled to hear I'm moving forward.

How you feel is data!

Maybe tomorrow or the next day I can begin to talk with myself about how and why I'm getting so little sleep, spending so much time in front of my computer, and habitually wanting to accomplish, read, learn more than is at all reasonable in one day.
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    Sounds like you are making progress. emoticon I wish you strength to reach for your goals!

    I too, am working on cutting time spent in front of the computer, I am quilty of reading, commenting, researching Healthy sites..but not getting off the computer and actually MOVING! Way too many hours propped in front of the computer... too few hours moving, doing, living. So that is my Goal.

    2981 days ago
    Glad you're spending time contemplating your feelings and goals. Good luck.
    2981 days ago
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