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New Week New Opportunities

Monday, January 02, 2017

I've been off from college since the 9th, my son is going back to high school tomorrow after a two week break, and my husband returned after a week break. I haven't been able to get done the exercise, sewing, and level of cleaning I wanted to during my break but I've accomplished other things. Storage unit arranged and a side for sale items, new shelves in the bedroom and re-arranged, items not needed right away are put in storage, kitchen deep cleaned, and dog is bathed. I also got everything completed for one scholarships and almost done with another. This is a new week and new opportunities. I won't have any excuses for not going outside and walking. I won't have any excuses not to eat my vegetables. I've learned to break a big goal into smaller parts, like in task analysis or chaining. What my long term goal is is to get my cholesterol in check which will also get my weight in check. My "this week" goal is to make it 4 out of 7 days exercising and sticking to the food goals. With the help of my God I can do this. I need to remember how uncomfortable it feels to be over full. New week new opportunities.
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    I'm always thankful for new beginnings, even if it is just a new week!! And I'm always glad for the Christmas season, and always glad for it to be over and for life to get back to "normal" (if there is such a thing!) Sounds to me like you got LOTS accomplished over your school break, and have learned well how to set goals! Sounds like you have a good plan in place!! emoticon
    1653 days ago
    You got a LOT accomplished! Good for you, not negating that! Now you have a plan and are breaking it down...and have God to help you...sounds like a winning combination to me! Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon
    1662 days ago
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