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What would I do if I knew I could not fail? DAY TWO!

Sunday, January 04, 2009

This is my favorite healthy reflections yet! My mind is just popping with all the ways I agree in memories and desires and hopes.

In some areas of my life, like career, home, I live on the edge. I chucked my career to go to grad school for a bettter-suited one, I picked up and moved to a rural mountain area near the canadian border to be near my patch of summer land and yet

I DON'T WITH MY BODY!
I do not "achieve my dreams, take risks, build my vision" - I truly doubt myself because of the number of try-fail-give up cycles I have lived through in dieting prior to SPARK.

I am going to address this in my affirmations and EVERY DAY, I will refine that idea by chipping away at this nemesis from the stone in which it was encased.

It's time to get outraged about this slight to the temple of my soul, the vehicle for achievements, you know, the machinery to get me around!

  
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KISSES1959 1/5/2009 6:36AM

    You know and I fully know that we are victorious right? emoticon hahahha

I say that becoz' we have Somebody up there who always sustains us, and He will never give up on us nor forsake us... even the whole world does.

Nice reflection!

Hugs,
Kisses

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STARDUSTED 1/5/2009 1:21AM

    Your post resonated so closely to my own feelings that Im saving it to harddrive.

What would I do if I knew I could not fail ?
Interesting.
So the key is to think first of what you would do and do it believing that you WILL succeed !

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KATRINIA17 1/4/2009 9:10PM

    I have to say, I do the same thing. I totally have to get into your mind frame.

Love-kat

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Day one NH sparkers challenge

Saturday, January 03, 2009

It might seem counterproductive to be in two challenges, but the NH sparkers have a weekly weigh in, and I hope to continue challenging with my local team.

Weigh in pending! Ready for the scale! Scale, ready for the human!

  


Day one NH sparkers challenge

Saturday, January 03, 2009

It might seem counterproductive to be in two challenges, but the NH sparkers have a weekly weigh in, and I hope to continue challenging with my local team.

Weigh in pending! Ready for the scale! Scale, ready for the human!

  


preparing for the challenge

Friday, January 02, 2009

I am writing my goals and my affirmations in preparation for the 28 day challenge. How will I avoid the pitfalls?

Early to bed, to get 7 hours of sleep or more
organize food day prior
have water handy in smaller bottle
leave work at work
accomplish priorities first

  
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ANNIESADVENTURE 1/2/2009 8:19PM

    Good goals. You are the second blog I've read tonight that talked about early to bed. I keep working on that one but I'm so inconsistent. Let us know how you are doing so we can celebrate with you. Is the 28 day challenge for a spark team?
Annie

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whats holding me back?

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

I want to think about diluted priorities for a bit. How many is too many before all my goals are so watered down that I break down and can't make progress? Then there is the blending of work and personal time lines, when work steps into personal time.

Today, I have the following personal goals: health goals via spark and leisure time spent on music.

I have the following work goals - get it done during work! Have to add that one to spark...

  
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ANNIESADVENTURE 1/2/2009 8:25PM

    Too many priorities boggles most of us. We want to do it ALL at once, fix everything at once. Staggered goals may work better: Make the list, prioritize, start with the most important; after a few weeks, start the next goal while keeping on with the first goal. Give them time to get cemented in before going on to another challenge. Too many changes at once overwhelm us and we give up. Just a suggestion.
Annie

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