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Tuesday, July 15, 2008


So its a tuesday night and I should enjoy it while I still have it as I am starting school in about a month. Can we say nervous much. I basically feel good just lonely my husband is doing home work. I rarely blog when I feel good because blogging tends to be more of a venting thing for me.
I do feel good tonight though. I'm watching the ridiculous celebrity family feud and I'm ok. I am working on asking my self do I have any problems now in this moment and if the answer is no then to be ok with that and not go searching for one, like what's bad at work ect. ,but to be in the NOW and not worry about what I can't control. To leave work at work and not borrow trouble, to use a few clich├ęs.

So the picture with this blog is where I want to get to. I admittedly am not motivated to lose weight now and you can read my past blogs if you want to here about that, I'm sure I'll do it in the future as well but right now I'm ok. emoticon
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  • TOURDOCTOR
    My dear sweet SilverButterfly:

    I want you to focus on that smiling Buddha on your SP page. You should blog when you are happy, sad, or just plain average. I love seeing your blogs and appreciate your insightful comments. Blogging is a great way to review your challenges and successes. Include how you do and how you feel in regards to your progress . . . contrary to the journal, the blogs share how you feel with your team members so we can reach out and help you. One benefit that I have found is that blogging often helps to identify your own supportive network of SP friends who will drop by and comment on a regular basis. So keep your eye out for the follow-up comments. We are here for you. Just keep us filled in so we can help you the very best.

    Linda. emoticon
    4757 days ago
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