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April 17, 2021

Saturday, April 17, 2021

Happy Saturday!

It's been a fairly laid back day. I was going to attempt to sleep in, but it didn't happen. It didn't help that I woke up just before 1:00 a.m. to use the restroom and then my brain wouldn't shut up! I was mentally stressing about graduation next month. Ugh... I did finally get back to sleep after an hour or so, only to wake up at 4:00 and do the same thing. I finally just went ahead and got up. I had extra time this morning, so I wanted to get my new Fitbit set up. The funny thing is that the new one took the stats from the old one, so I could have done it yesterday and left it to charge while I went about my workout. Oh well. It was nice to just enjoy the peace and quiet before I did my workout.

After my workout was done, I took my shower and then had my breakfast. I made the bed and washed the dishes and that was the extent of my housework today. I decided to start on another puzzle.



I made pretty good progress for the day



I will be getting a 750-piece puzzle from the band director on Monday, so that will probably be my last one until after graduation.

Goals:
1. Nutrition: okay
2. Fitness: Day 20 - Walk Strong: Interval Mix
3. Personal: Read my Bible and devotional; finished a magazine and worked on puzzle; phone/computer time was okay

Tomorrow - church in the morning and praise team practice in the evening. We'll see what the rest of the day brings.
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  • DETERMINEDJANET
    I intend to make Sunday my "Bones" and jigsaw puzzle time this weekend.
    30 days ago
  • SES823
    Sometimes it just works that way-- but I always end up having a rough day when my brain keeps me up at night! Looks like you turned it to a productive day!
    30 days ago
  • WILSOD1
    Happy Saturday
    30 days ago
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