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June Goals

Monday, June 03, 2019

I want to add more excersize into my life this month. Not crazy gym workouts, but fun activities that I can do with my family. I am not opposed to adding gym workouts, but I have been realizing lately how quickly time passes. I have a child starting college and another starting middle school. Here are my June goals: 1. Bike riding. My youngest and I started this a few weeks ago. He is way faster than me! 2. Swimming. Our community pools opened last weekend and I want to take advantage of them this year. 3. Hiking. We love getting out as a family this way. Sometime it is more walking than hiking, but who cares? 4. I want to lose at least 5 pounds this month. I would love to lose more, but I have accepted that I am a slow loser. I can do everything right, but the weight is stubborn. 5. I want to read more and watch less. My library has ebooks through Hoopla, so I can download free books whenever I want. 6. Walk during lunch. I try to go out for a walk each day during lunch. I work across the street from Central Park, so I shouldn't ever stay in. But I do. Somedays I feel guilty about taking a break and work through lunch. Have a great day!
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    Never ever feel guilty for taking time good yourself. It is necessary to take a mental and physical break and Manny companies actually promote it. You will be a better employee ID you take some time to yourself
    238 days ago
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    238 days ago
    beautiful picture and great goals.
    239 days ago
    I have incorporated much physical activity in my daily life, I call this "hidden" exercises. One of the simplest things to do is I don't look for the closest parking spot I search for the farthest one away, usually not hard to find. Doing this I get in a lot of extra steps in on a daily basis. emoticon
    239 days ago
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