Happy Monday, Journal & Friends!
Today is the wrap up for both the Freedom Challenge and Sean & Kenz's PEWC water challenge.
First, Debs challenge.
I had 6 goals, which I rated on a scale of 1 to 10:
Instead of going into minute detail this last time, I just want to say I feel GREAT about how I did, overall, on the challenge. I loved this challenge!
I definitely need to be more consistent in some areas, like Sleep, Exercise and Nutrition.
But I did great on the Study, Water, and tuning in to how I felt about it all.
I really liked using the 1 to 10 scale to analyze stuff... it sure was an eye-opener for me. But I also discovered that by about the 3rd week, it was getting tedious keeping track of all the details... like busy work. So, I learned more about what does and does NOT works for me, personally.
Thanks, Deb, for sponsoring this challenge!!
And now to the "other" one. Ahem.
I did great til yesterday drinking my 2 quarts of water. But... I gritted my teeth the whole time! MyGuy wouldn't buy a Brita water filter... we have an under-the-counter water filter already... somewhere... in a box... waiting for 2 years to be installed!! Grrrr....
So you see, it was NOT Sean and Kenz's challenge that was the problem. It was ME! I detested the taste of our tap water, and yesterday just finally said PHOOEY! Yep, I rebelled, and did not drink one itty bitty ounce of water all day. I drank iced tea!
So again... I learn something about my little rebellious self from doing this challenge.
Thank you, Sean and Kenz!
Yesterday I started the Just 1 Thing Consistency Challenge (here for details).
I am excited about it... anyone can join any time. And be creative about picking your 1 Thing... it doesn't have to be a "nose to the grindstone" type of goal.
My motto for the challenge is:
From Dr Phil's book: "Your interpretation of the event, not so much the event itself, is the real trouble maker that gets you so worked up."
My verse for today: "Listen to advice and accept instruction, and in the end you will be wise."
My quote for today: "The man who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones." --Chinese proverb
Enjoy the Journey,