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For my day to day goals

Monday, June 16, 2008

I had some streaks going....then, I dropped the ball.
My goal this week is to get one thing done each day, and hopefully add one more. I want to get back to my set of goals....and then work from there.

My goal for today - is to get my water in. It's been hard with the wheelchair...but I just have to choose to do it.

I am getting sleep again - the pain meds were preventing it (go figure)

I am going to track my foods.

..and after the doctor's appointment today, I'll know what exercise I can do - but I can at least do 10 minutes of upper body exercises. And I have a video from years ago for folks to do exercise in a chair....I will get that out.

I am going to at least drink a glass of V8 and eat a piece of fruit EVERY Day.

I'm going to stop focusing on the weight loss and focusing on the health gains....these are simple steps that I MUST take for my health.

I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me and the Joy of the Lord is my strength....and in His presence is fullness of Joy - which leads me to another step I need to remember - reading the Word every day. I write about it, I talk about it, I sing about it, I pray it, I say it - but I need to sit and read it every day.

God has slowed me down so that I can focus on things in more detail....and I thank Him for having the BEST plan for my life.
In His hands and Under His wings,
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  • FEWS46
    I love your blogs, and Yes we can do All things through christ who strengthens us! Those are good goals, and in fact, maybe I should take smaller steps, and just stay focus more of the big picture at the end.
    Thank you for the blogs.
    4788 days ago
    Just wanted to see how you were doing...Sounds like your on the right trax... Keep up the good work... We CAN do all things through Christ who WILL strengthen us...
    God Bless
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    4788 days ago
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