I hate my tread mill, but it is great during the cold months of the year, helps me not to get sick, but I just don't enjoy it. 40 minutes is a good 3 miles. I walk 3.5 miles in like a hour, up and down hills, at a pretty good pace. So that is really good Rachael. You keey it up. Steph
I got a journal and wrote down all the things, I want to change about myself, all the things I love about myself, and why I should never give up on myself. I wrote about why it is important to take care of me and see to others I love as well. I am keeping it in my purse for encouragement.
So if I have a bad day, I can remember what I have worked at, and why. So I don't let myself down easy and go back to bad habits. I think if we want change bad enough we can make it happen. But it truly starts with us and our attitude.
I am the worlds worst at letting others ruin my day, or there negativity impact how I feel. I am in charge now of all that. I am putting the ole Step behind me, and I am going to remember my goals and that the Lord loves me!
Hey Aus!, 53 yrs wowie!! You n Judy in the same week!! Congratulations!!
As far as the nausea I don't believe the flu is what I have. I don't know what's going on cuz I'm all goofed up. Now I'm hungry n it's 2:30. I had a salad at 1 wchicken n nuts fruit n greens. No carbs.
My husband came in while I was typing this n said about 4-5 yrs ago the same thing happened. Hmm, interesting.
This moment is your life, choose to live it. Grab all the gusto you can!!!
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