Being consistent is going to the gym on a Tuesday since you missed Monday. Being consistent is choosing to eat your lunch that you planned to eat yesterday rather than ordering out again. Being consistent is continuing to save $20 per week even though you missed the last two Fridays.
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…shift your thinking. Ask yourself does it have to be all or nothing? … More All or Something
Day 3 of the 500 Word Challenge. Today’s Challenge was to get up early to write. I guess this is as early as it gets for me since my priority is to hit the elliptical, first. Much like my commitment to this challenge, I made a commitment to myself in July of last year to … More Prioritizing the Important Things (My500)
A few months ago I read a devotional about a woman who’s child was excited about an upcoming celebration. This child did as most children and asked her mom everyday about the event. Well as the date arrived the woman had gotten so used to responding as if the event was far off, that when … More Tomorrow is Today (My spin)
I get why some people don’t want to grow up. Making decisions about things that you would rather not make is hard. If I am still a child or act like one no one will blame me for being “wishy washy” with my decisions. I had to make a tough decision today and quite frankly I … More Growing Up