Thursday, June 6, 2013

Love this article from Adrian's Crazy Life

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I was reading an blog post on Adrian's Crazy Life and loved it so much, I wanted to make sure you read it too.
 
The basis is about de-cluttering your life. Some of it is geared towards material possessions, some towards behaviours, but really, can be applied to anything in your life.
 
The post is called: Clutterbugs: My Top 5 Motivational Ideas
 
They say it takes 30 days to change a habit and begin a new one.
 
I'm working on my change!
If I don't get into shape, I am going to highly embarrass myself during my 1st 5k in August!!!
I'm loving Couch to 5K !!!

11 comments:

  1. ive heard the quote "it takes 30 days to change a habit and begin a new one" before. makes goals much easier when you are only thinking 30 days

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  2. I did not know that it takes 30 days to change a habbit. Thanks for sharing the clutterbugs post, I'm going to go read it :)

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  3. Thank you for sharing! I could certainly use a little motivation.

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  4. I feel so much better when I organize my closet and keep it organized. I need to follow this 30 day plan to keep myself exercising because it is very good for my health!

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  5. That's true! It is so much easier to make changes if you have small goals. I am reading the article and am definitely intrigued- It is an easy way to make changes :) Love the idea of taking your time and rewarding yourself!

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  6. Small goals, big changes happen. Thanks for the link to an interesting article.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  7. Those are great tips shared by Adrian especially motivator #3. We have a swear jar to help clean up potty mouths!

    Thanks for sharing the link!

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  8. thanks for sharing such a nice, helpful post. Im also doing the couch to 5k and my race is this week! Im excited for it :)

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  9. That is a really good post. Thanks for sharing it with us. I really like the tip about not breaking the chain. That's the first time I have heard of that. I think it's great because no one like to start over and if you see it right in front of you it's a great reminder.

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  10. I am working on the decluttering. We have way too much stuff in a small space, and while we are going to buy a house, which will be bigger, I A)don't want to pack it all and B) am just tired of the STUFF!!

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  11. Thank you for sharing this article/post. Although I was expecting a bit more from it, I did find it helpful. It reminded me of a few things that I had stopped doing a while back to motivate myself. I am not sure why as it was working. So, I am going to get back on the wagon/train. I have quite a few goals that I need some work on. Thanks for the reminder!

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Thank you for sharing your ramblings with me