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Tuesday, July 07, 2009

I did not finish the clothes project. I really did not know how many clothes I have. I picked out a handful of items and posted them on eBay. I hope they sell. Don't have a clue how to promote. There are a lot of sellers. How will anyone find me? I hope I did not throw away good money there.

Today I will finish sorting and pack away winter stuff and stuff I select for ebay. Everything else has to go in a closet or drawer. If it doesn't all fit, it is time to go at it again. I am tired of having clothes all over the bedroom, and my closets are overflowing.

My exercise plans were a flop yesterday. I did the yoga. Did not make it out to the pool. I tried. I got suited and gooped up, but I could not get away until almost 4:00. They close at 5:00, and I did not want to pay $2 for one hour. They have an exercise class there tonight. I will go late this afternoon and stay for the class. Hopefully, I can make up for yesterday.

I find the QuickFire challenges a good motivator. Sometimes I have to FORCE myself to do them, but once I get that behind me, I am ready to do more exercises. I hope I can keep that motivation going after I get off vacation.

Happy Sparks to You!
Rhonda
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  • MEGKRAMER
    Rhonda,

    When people are looking for things on eBay they just type in what they want and the matches come up so people will find you if they're looking for what you're selling.
    Also, try Craigslist.com
    People in your area will look for things and you get rid of stuff even faster I find.

    Isn't exercise always that way though? The hardest part is STARTING. I hate starting, but once I finish I feel a lot better about myself.

    Just get on Spark if you're looking for motivation after vacation.
    Good luck and have a great time!!

    Meghan
    4331 days ago
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