Day 6 in the10,000steps challenge

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Avenezio08

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Posted: 07 May 2012, 06:28
Its almost the end of week 1 in this challenge to walk 10,000 steps in a day and what I have found out is that Monday through Friday its hard to do with sitting at a desk all day but small changes to my usual routine will make a difference, that its ok to catch up on your favorite shows and jog in place and that what ever doesn't get accomplished during the week will have a chance to be made up on the weekend. Sunday was a crumby day outside where the sun was hidden by the clouds all day long but that didn't stop me from gettin my step on, my mom and I headed out solo to catch up on our lives and get those steps in, 3.5 miles around the park, I was already at 10,800 steps, I still had to go food shopping and prepare the upcoming week's meals, done and done, by the end of the night I walked an amazing 12,708 steps, I made up all those missed steps and earned an extra 943 steps to bank.

Today's mission, get new sneakers to keep me motivated, I heart new sneakers, so shiny and white and here's to the last day in week 1.



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