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Moving the Mint!

01/21/10 – 5,049 Steps 

Good morning Mintdom, 

I am a little late this morning because I was up for most of the night. I do not know why, but I just could not sleep. Maybe it was because I was reading ‘The Spark’ by Chris Downie, about how sleep is so important to a person and I felt pressured!  LOL I am kidding of course – not about reading, but about feeling pressured. 

Even though my steps are low (due to a painful foot), I still need to keep moving in some way. I found this video on http://www. This 20-minute video shows you exercises that work every muscle. I have the sore muscles this morning to prove it. Maybe that is another reason why I could not sleep. 

I also read last night that people are more productive at work when they take little breaks. The longer we sit in front of the computer without breaks, the less productive we become. Therefore, I think that I am going to bring my band to work with me, and do a couple of these exercises during breaks.

 “Creative thinking may mean simply the realization that there’s no particular virtue in doing things the way they always have been done.” – Rudolf Flesch

 AffirMINTion: I love to exercise and I find creative ways to keep moving no matter what!

Make it a GREAT day, IF you choose to.

 What are you waiting for?

 Life is good!

FYI Rudolf Flesch (8 May 1911 – 5 October 1986) was an author, readability expert, and writing consultant who was an early and vigorous proponent of plain English in the United States. He created the Flesch Reading Ease test and was co-creator of the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Test. He is most famous for his book ‘Why Johnny Can’t Read’


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