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April Fools Day

Sunday, April 01, 2012

The first thing I read this morning was the article about the US changing how they measure a pound. I was outraged that we as a country would change things just to fix statistics. I mean really if you weigh 167 pounds under the current system you would weigh 152 under the new system. I told my husband about this and he chuckled. He said you know it's April Fools Day right? So I finally read the last line of the article, Spark People got me. It's a relief to know that the US isn't that dumb!

My C25K program is going well. Today I'm going to do day 3 of week 2. Yesterday I did day 2 of week 2 and was very successful. I even had one mile that was under 12 minutes! I signed up for the Chase Corporate Challenge on May 31 and want to be able to run the whole thing. I know I can do it!

Reading my current goals, I realize I need to update my goals. Most of them are still valid, but there are a couple that I need to update. I need to walk 12,000 steps 6/7 days, and drink 80 oz of water daily. I have to add a couple of goals too. Pay attention to my eating, lose 3 pounds a month, and successfully complete the C25K program. I have tried the C25K program in the past but this time am determined to complete it!

Time to head out for my walk/run!
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  • no profile photo CD11583721
    Great goals! And I saw that article too and was hoping it was a joke.. now it all makes sense haha.
    3022 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5575543
    emoticon You have the incentive behind you this time. emoticon

    I saw the article too. emoticon
    3023 days ago
  • GETSTRONGRRR
    Good on you.....and good on Spark People....Pin an April Fool's fish on your back!
    3023 days ago
  • KKKAREN
    I didn't see that article, too funny!
    3023 days ago
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