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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

I'm leading a team within our company for the local health challenge called Eat Well Live Well, promoted by our local grocery chain. I've been a team and company leader in the past, but this year is a bit different. We now have offices in all states and the whole company is participating, so there is a lot of excitement, and competitveness shining through. Basically the challenge is to walk 10,000 steps per day and eat 5 cups of fruits and/or veggies per day. It's a nice team building exercise.

I'm still not feeling well, so no run again today, but I am going to take it easy after work, go to bed early and get plenty of rest. Had the same plan yesterday, but ended up with my little granddaughter until 8pm, and then phone calls in the wee hours of the morning about some issues. I'm thoroughly exhausted this morning, and will probably only work half the day today.

This hasn't been a good week food wise, there are too many tempting things in the house, plus stress levels are running high. Time to take control back and live life my way!
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  • SHERYL_B
    What a great challenge! That would be a hard one for me. I always struggle to eat enough fruits and veggies.
    3005 days ago
  • no profile photo CD10619395
    Feel better... and Congrates on the GREAT NEW ROLE
    3005 days ago
  • BLUENBLONDE
    congrats on your inspiring role in your community. Dont worry about the time with the grandaughter, they grow up too fast anyways and I am sure you get to run around with her. :)
    3005 days ago
  • SAFARIBABE
    Feel Better Sugar! it sucks to be sick as the weather starts improving, but I'm sure you'll throw it off quick enough. Your firm chalenge sounds awesome! Wish my firm would get something similar going. LOL
    3005 days ago
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