Thought Provoking

Thought Provoking Tuesday

Well, that should give us all something to think about :).

Have a thoughtful Tuesday,


8 thoughts on “Thought Provoking Tuesday

  1. This is funny, I was just driving Darla to work and she mentioned that today was a nice slow drive. I told her that I am making an effort to leave a little early, take my time, and drive a little slower, because I am tired of rushing around, and being late. She started laughing because I had not seen todays post yet.

    So I hate leaving the house late, and driving too fast trying to get to places on time, but I have been doing this my whole life, I am never on time.

  2. But, JimmySpin, you can change this behavior (I need to help you with this since I also contribute to it).

    I am giving this question some more thought before I commit to answering.

    Today we went for a walk/run – then started Week 3 of the one hundred pushup challenge. I didn’t expect to be able to work in my workout scheduled for today so I am happy to have been able to do so, but I needed to workout at a higher intensity. I guess a little is better than nothing :).

  3. Ah, the insanity quote from Albert Einstein!!! Me,letting my fear have too much control…..

    As for today.. great workout with weights & a good cardio too!

    I may have to share this post.!!! 🙂

    • You are welcome to share anything we have :). I also loved your post, as you could probably tell from my comment, about the stairs – such a good one!

  4. 1. There is something I do at work (a part of my job) that I do over and over again that I really do not like, but must do.

    2. In certain situations (and often) I am nicer than I should be because I don’t want people to not like me.

    3. When I am having a heated discussion, or at least one imbued with feeling, I often start to cry – this is okay when I am with family – but not okay when it happens at work or in a public situation. It makes it really awkward.

    4. I do things I want to do, e.g., eating a second helping of a dish, staying up too late, having another glass of wine, that I know will impact my ability to lose weight, stay healthy, be fit. I know better. I know that it conflicts with what I say I am going to do, and yet I still do it.

  5. I think things change through the years of what you hate to have to do. There are some things you thought you hated but after a time they do not seem that bad. At this time in my life, I have to say COOKING every night is high on my list or at least thinking of something to fix that is different.

    I guess instead of complaining, I should feel lucky that someone wants to eat what I do come up with.

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