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Bird

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While in my jazzercise class this morning I started pondering life's simple pleasures. Specifically,
listening to music. This along with taking a long bubble bath, doing my nails, reading a book, etc.
I just wonder how many of us deprive ourselves of these little "treats". I somehow feel I will
reward myself after I get the house cleaned or after I pay bills or whatever else seems so
important. When I started back on WW I decided it was time for me. So I am signing off to go put
some music on and enjoy the little things in life. Forgive me for being so philosophical lately!
Bird need to lose 45#
 
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Judy In Fort Wo

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I reward myself with more of these little pleasures of life when I reach my mini-goals. Like, lose
more than 2 pounds this week may earn me a pedicure. Not using my flex points might earn me renting
a movie that I have been wanting to see. Exercising 5 days this week might earn me an extra hour
sewing. I know that I should be doing WW for myself but these little rewards help me along the way.

I am Lifetime but I tend to slip now and then. My husband just joined WW so we are back OP
faithfully. He has about 50 pounds to lose and I have 6 to get back to my all time lowest weight.

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Elaine Kirkham

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Very thought prevoking, Bird! After reading it I then thought about the number of times I have
put myself last. We must make time for ourselves to keep our inner self strong. Thanks for
posting! Elaine K

bird wrote:

>While in my jazzercise class this morning I started pondering life's simple pleasures.
>Specifically, listening to music. This along with taking a long bubble bath, doing my nails,
>reading a book, etc. I just wonder how many of us deprive ourselves of these little "treats". I
>somehow feel I will reward myself after I get the house cleaned or after I pay bills or whatever
>else seems so important. When I started back on WW I decided it was time for me. So I am signing
>off to go put some music on and enjoy the little things in life. Forgive me for being so
>philosophical lately! Bird need to lose 45#
>
>
 
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Lynne

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On Mon, 9 Feb 2004 11:50:55 -0500, "bird" <[email protected]> wrote:

I think your ideas are excellent. Sometimes it's important to put yourself first.

Lynne

>While in my jazzercise class this morning I started pondering life's simple pleasures.
>Specifically, listening to music. This along with taking a long bubble bath, doing my nails,
>reading a book, etc. I just wonder how many of us deprive ourselves of these little "treats". I
>somehow feel I will reward myself after I get the house cleaned or after I pay bills or whatever
>else seems so important. When I started back on WW I decided it was time for me. So I am signing
>off to go put some music on and enjoy the little things in life. Forgive me for being so
>philosophical lately! Bird need to lose 45#
 
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Connie

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bird wrote:
> While in my jazzercise class this morning I started pondering life's simple pleasures.
> Specifically, listening to music. This along with taking a long bubble bath, doing my nails,
> reading a book, etc. I just wonder how many of us deprive ourselves of these little "treats". I
> somehow feel I will reward myself after I get the house cleaned or after I pay bills or whatever
> else seems so important. When I started back on WW I decided it was time for me. So I am signing
> off to go put some music on and enjoy the little things in life. Forgive me for being so
> philosophical lately! Bird need to lose 45#
>
>

It's time to take time for yourself!!

Connie

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Cheers,

Connie Walsh

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Miss Violette

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I think that considering these types of things is what helps me. It is
about quality of life for me, Lee
bird <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> While in my jazzercise class this morning I started pondering life's
simple
> pleasures. Specifically, listening to music. This along with taking a
long
> bubble bath, doing my nails, reading a book, etc. I just wonder how many
of
> us deprive ourselves of these little "treats". I somehow feel I will
reward
> myself after I get the house cleaned or after I pay bills or whatever else seems so important.
> When I started back on WW I decided it was time for me. So I am signing
off
> to go put some music on and enjoy the little things in life. Forgive me for being so philosophical
> lately! Bird need to lose 45#
 
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Miss Violette

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but these rewards are for you, you are doing it right if you ask me, Lee
judy in fort worth <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I reward myself with more of these little pleasures of life when I reach
my
> mini-goals. Like, lose more than 2 pounds this week may earn me a
pedicure.
> Not using my flex points might earn me renting a movie that I have been wanting to see. Exercising
> 5 days this week might earn me an extra hour sewing. I know that I should be doing WW for myself
> but these little rewards help me along the way.
>
> I am Lifetime but I tend to slip now and then. My husband just joined WW
so
> we are back OP faithfully. He has about 50 pounds to lose and I have 6 to get back to my all time
> lowest weight.
>
>
> judy in fort worth remove 4 to reply directly