It time for my well being report. But flowery tree in yesterday is also know as a Spring Snow Crab Apple Tree and here is LINK
Today word for my becomig more healthier is "Balance" and last week word was "Achievable". Let get right back to the word "Balance"
I recall the ad ENJOLI that any of us, can do it all. The direct answer is "No we can't do it all" And when I got out of high school. I thought I could work, go to collage, and party hardy. Confession time...I got my nose into powders, mostly cocaine. Well doing it all doesn't last. I'm way to old to handle much anything in line of vices. Last time I did any serious vices I was 24 years old. Last I might of snort a line was under 35 years old.
So being 61 years old I need a plan or step by step to become healthier. I have to consider I work just slightly over 30 hour week. So I can't do both exersise and walk all in same day. So I have to do one or the other, and choice I made. On odd days I go for walk or do the tread mill. But On even days I do my stretches and such.
I like to keep things in balance what I eat. which means....
1. No eating after seven in the evening.
2. Keep my calorie count between 1600 and 1800
3. Sweets rarely aloud in house. Usually Tuesday or Wednesday I will go into a local establishment and get a serving of sweet treat.
4. Take my own lunch to work, I try to have three or four healthy foods for lunch
But other things need balance, such as sleep. I go bed between 9:00 and 9:30 so I can get up between 5:00 and 6:00. Found getting up at 7:00 I was being push to get ready for work, and miss either walk or exerising. When I got home from work at times I'm tired to do either.
If things go smothly and have time either in morning and or evening. I will do house hold and or yard chores. Like loading or unloading the dishwasher. Usually for yard I will be work on flowerbeds. Once in great while I will accomplish an inside and outside chore. As for my crafts I either organize or work on a project. Not both usually.
I was down a smidge
Coffee is on and stay safe