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April Fresh – A Healthy Les

Day 1 – April 16, 2012. Completed First Workout of 90.
I hope that you enjoyed the first series of 2012 – The Tru Story: Explicit. The next series will begin in the fall. In the meantime, I have a journey that I am inviting you to take with me. As we learned from Devin Partlow, Success is Daily. Each day we have to renew ourselves, our confidence, our strategy.
One of the best pieces of advice I ever received was from a counselor. She said that trying to conquer all your issues at once can leave you depleted and make you feel like you are not accomplishing anything. Pulling from that advice, I have decided to focus on one issue that I can control over the next 90 days – my health.
This is the natural next step for my personal and professional success. Since I am not counting the weekends, my 90 days will be up August 20, 2012.
During this time, each Monday, I will blog about my 90 day personal challenge. Other days, I might share things but Mondays are designated for my health reflections.

April Fresh – A Healthy Les


When:
April 16 through August 20, 2012

 

Daily Affirmation:
My Love For Myself Drives My Desire to Be Healthier.

Daily Goals:
1. at least 15 cups of water each day
2. take my Vitamin each day
3. at least 15 Minutes Prayer/Meditation Each Day
4. at least 30 minutes of cardio each day
5. No fast food

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Leslie discovered the power of the pen in the third grade after her family moved to a new school district. Writing became a way to sort out her new surroundings and escape to fantasy landscapes. That child, and voice, has matured into a poet, writer, blogger, journalist, online content creator and editor. Leslie is a social entrepreneur with a demonstrated commitment to community. She is an active community member in Washtenaw County (Michigan) with expertise in social media marketing and content management systems, volunteer coordination and writing and 19 years of experience in the areas of online community management, training, leadership development, and social networking. She is interested in facilitating connection with both community residents and businesses. Through this work, the economy of the community is improved and the organizations are financially successful. Her main mode of advocacy and online community, however, is through writing.

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