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Thursday, July 09, 2009
Back-on-Track Challenge, Day 3
Here's how things went yesterday:
* Health & energy -- kept up with the Body Clutter Investigator, ate well, didn't drink quite enough water, got 23g fiber, and got 6.5 hours sleep. Sadly, my day was so busy and so much of it spent out of the house that I didn't find time to exercise.
* Devotional life -- continued my study of Psalms (I'm currently studying Psalm 96:1-4); worked on memorizing 2 Peter 1:3-4. Had a wonderful quiet time of reading the Bible and praying.
* Homemaking -- made a schedule for my day. Did a small amount of decluttering. Didn't do anything (other than dishes and basic upkeep) in zone 2. Baked cookies for a thank-you gift and for the freezer, and made a birthday cake for my dad.
* Creativity -- made a birthday card for my dad. Worked a little bit on the second curtain. Wrote in my journal.
So that was day 3 of my challenge. For a busy day with so much time spent elsewhere, I'm pleased with how things went. I'm especially thankful for the time spent in the areas of Bible study and scripture memory.
How about you? If you're taking part in this challenge with me, share your thoughts in the comments! I see that my friend Mrs. Doug, over at A Little Camper in the Woods, is making progress in her back-on-track challenge too. Great work!
I live in scenic northern New England with my handsome husband. We're empty-nesters with a bunch of adorable grandchildren. We love (tent) camping and traveling, but don't get away as often as we'd like to.