7 july 2013


31 day challenge

Daily Goals

  1. Run every day. Every day! Today I ran 2.65 miles.
  2. Drink at least a gallon of water every day. (Plain ice tea counts!) Today I drank 98 ounces, a little short of goal, again.
  3. Do a 3o day +1 Bikram yoga challenge. Today I went to the 8:00 am class.
  4. Reduce my sugar intake. I did not have any ice cream.
  5. Do something new every day, even if it’s just a twist on something I usually do. I did a different run today.  I ran through town, to the trail, then back along the road.
  6. Every day record something in my life in which I am grateful. I did this, and put it in my jar. I will read these at the end of the month.
  7. Eat 5 times a day. Good food, not junk! (ice cream is acceptable, only because it’s summer!) I ate 5 times today.
  8. Absolutely no more gluten! Or other things I am allergic to. No gluten, no other allergens.
  9. Take one picture a day – that defines my day. Post on Instagram: jackjosephsmom. Posted!
  10. Hold a plank for a minimum of one minute a day. Completed!
  11. Do at least 50 squats a day (preferably 100). Today I did 2 one-minute wall sits instead.  Why?  Because I can. 🙂  I make the rules, I can change them at any time.
  12. Do at least 10 burpees a day (preferably more). I did 20.
  13. Do ten pushups a day. Completed!
  14. Do 20 Kettlebell swings a day. Completed!
  15. Reconnect with an old friend each day. Emailed BO.
  16. Join the Pay it Forward Movement and participate daily. (There’s an app for that!) Today’s PIF deed of the day is to call a family member to say Hi.  I don’t really use the phone, so I emailed my cousin.
  17. Be happy everyday; all day if possible. I was pretty happy all day, a little unmotivated, but happy.
  18. Smile at everyone I see. (Part of the whole “fake it until you make it” philosophy). Completed! Saw a lot of people today on my run.  I smiled, waved and said hello!

4 thoughts on “7 july 2013

  1. Dang, maybe I will get motivated to run reading this. Sometimes I try to smile at random people too, and hold doors open for them and all that jazz. It does make me feel like a better person.

cheer me along!

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