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Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Yesterday I tried to pay close attention to all of the good things and all of the bad. First a couple of definitions. I wear two pedometers, my Fitbit Alta that I love and a small not much function pedometer that my work gave me. The alta has a cool flower on the watch face that grows when you walk a lot and shrinks if you sit for a while I find it very motivating. The other pedometer tracks active minutes ( 135 steps or more taken in one minute) The flower tracks endurance and the active minutes track speed.

I also find that I've been losing a lot of confidence lately and engage in negative self-talk. Like I'll be looking in my bag for my pill container and my mind will be racing thru did leave it at work, did it fall out on the train etc and then I find it at bottom of my bag, I'm trying to stop doing that.

So here is the first one:

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  • BBEAGAN
    This is a great idea. I need to do something like this...
    1654 days ago
  • JAZZEJR
    emoticon You're ON it, Girl! Stay away from the negative--"things" can be replaced. And keep up your positive activity!! emoticon emoticon
    1657 days ago
  • BROOKLYN_BORN
    A very good plan both for the physical and the mental parts of our journey.
    1657 days ago
  • RETIREESMITH
    Like your side-by-side presentation. Your + side shows strong, healthy choices that will do you good.
    Did you find your drops?
    Stop the - talk by reading the + side?
    1657 days ago
  • PHEBESS
    Nice job!!!! LOTS of positives!!!!
    1657 days ago
  • TANIAJOY12
    I like what you are doing. Recording and identifying the negativity in your life will help you eliminate said negativity. You may also notice that there's more positive things than negative. PS: Love the 🌺
    1658 days ago
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