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We have to make a million choices each and every day, so it makes sense that to keep things simple, we always make the same ones. But the easy choices don't always mean the right choices.


Commit today to changing it up, to doing something different, and making the choice that improves your life for the better. Believe it or not, pretty soon that choice will be the easy one to make too.

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  • ijim2160 Jul 5, 2020, 11:15 PM
    "Isabella Jimenez Progress Report #3 I did not meet my goal for this week. I believe the most realistic goal for me to achieve at this time would be to limit my procrastination. The reason I believe I will not reach my previous goal is because my motivation to go to bed earlier is not there. For instance, I do not have a set time that I have to wake up for the summer. Additionally, my jobs that I currently have do not require me to clock in. This means that I do work related things when it is convenient for me. This then leads me to my new goal. As stated above, my new goal is to cut down on procrastination. This week I have found myself procrastinating 2 times. The first time was when I waited until the night before to pack all my belongings to move to another state. I also chose to procrastinate when it came to freelancing work I did this week. I had to ask 2 clients if I could push the due date back for work I was doing for them. This is something I do not like to do often. The reason for this is because you never know how a client will react. Some clients get upset especially if they have a deadline of when they want projects done. Also asking clients to extend due dates just add an extra stressor to me. That is another reason I would like to limit my procrastination because procrastination just adds on unnecessary stress. So far my referee has been helpful. They have helped push me to go to bed earlier a few times this week. Although I was only successful going to bed early twice this week, I still appreciate them making the effort to help me make changes. They have also helped me make realistic goals to help me get things done to where I do not feel overwhelmed. Having a referee is very helpful because knowing someone wants you to achieve a goal can give you the extra push to make sure you achieve that goal. "
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  • Reeksy Jul 5, 2020, 9:35 PM
    "PLP day 36 Walk: 1200 Re-energise- rolling calves Metabolic 4:2:2"
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  • ramzimalhas Jul 5, 2020, 9:16 PM
    "test"
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  • ramzimalhas Jul 5, 2020, 9:15 PM
    "test"
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