To be positive each day. To learn new things. To enjoy the moment. To be grateful. To really listen to others. To forgive others. To be a role model.
Things to work on: To begin to care more about my appearance. To really work on strength training. To try some land fitness classes. To strengthen my bones and nails. To improve my mobility. To continue to maintain the "healthy" BMI weight I have achieved. To cook more and to eat out less frequently.
Choose healthy foods. Stay on track w/calories. Track all food & exercise. Track essential nutrients. Water aerobics 3x weekly Walk, walk, walk. Weigh every morning. Walk neighborhood daily. Wear Fitbit to motivate me
My husband and I live in a small town not far from the greater Atlanta area.
In June of 2012 I retired from teaching, a career that I embarked upon in 1972. During those 40 years I taught full time for 26 years and was a stay at home mom for 14 years.
I did not start any type of exercise program until I hit some roadblocks in my 60s. I am not proud of that, but I am proof that it is NEVER too late to start taking care of yourself.
I love to spend time with my daughter, son-in-law and two granddaughters (ages 8 and 10) who live in the Atlanta area.
DH and I spend lots of time with my parents ( ages 86 and 89) who live 10 minutes away. They are needing more and more of our time & attention although they remain fiercely independent.
I love the tranquility of nature. Gardening and feeding the birds are my daily indulgences.
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