Hello Journal & Friends!
Hey, I just realized this morning that it's been 365 posts since I started. Math is my absolute WORST subject ever, so I'm confused as to why it doesn't line up with my start date, which was August 14th. Hmmm... I must've snuck in some extra posts??
Anyway, it's been quite a ride! I am sooo glad I overcame my HUGE fear of starting a blog, and jumped in to join all you terrific peeps!
I honestly believe it's been the friendship, encouragement and accountability that has made all the difference this time. So thank you, sincerely.
Today is also the end of the first week of the
Just 1 Thing Consistency Challenge!
My one thing is: to focus on exercising on my mini-trampoline.
In spite of this being the nuttiest, busiest week EVER, I made my goal! Shocker!
I think it has to do with only needing to concentrate on Just 1 Thing, instead of a long list. It was hard, but didn't feel overwhelming. A couple of days I finished up... let's just say... way after sundown! LOL! But I got it done, and that feels great.
Start level: 3 times per day, at 45 seconds each time.
Current level: 6 times per day, at 1 minute 5 seconds each time.
I decided that by the time August is over, I would like to be at 10 times per day, at 2 minutes each time. That would add up to 20 minutes per day, and give me the great benefits of rebounding.
If you are curious, here is a link that lists the benefits of rebounding.
I'm on my way to benefits!
It's not too late to jump on board, and join the Just 1 Thing Consistency Challenge. HERE is all the info you need to know.
PRODUCE POWERFUL RESULTS!
I am really enjoying making Just 1 Thing my focus. That doesn't mean I stop all my other goals. I've been doing the basic ones for so long, that I would like them to run on autopilot. But by narrowing my focus on this one thing, it somehow makes it feel like I have more power, more oomph to make great progress with it. Yep... it's all mental! LOL!
From Dr Phil's book: "Choose the right attitude and the right behavior to generate the right results."
My verse for today: "O Lord, the king rejoices in your strength. How great is his joy in the victories you give!"
My quote for today: "Our attitudes control our lives. Attitudes are a secret power working twenty-four hours a day, for good or bad. It is of paramount importance that we know how to harness and control this great force." --Tom Blandi
Enjoy the Journey,