#7daymiracleproject – Day 2

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    The #7daymiracleproject is a 7 day challenge that asks you to commit to 4 things a day, for 7 days.  These four things build a personal platform that allows for amazing things to happen in our lives.  They include healthy nutrition, exercise, kind acts, and personal focus on each of the 7 life miracles (embrace, connect, create, empower, choose, climb and inspire).  Want to check out more information on the #7daymiracleproject?

    Day 2

    “Kindness for Someone Else”



    IMG_3632I took out a random collection of the vegetables in my refrigerator and chopped them up… spinach/organic lettuce, bean sprouts, avocado, tomato, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts. cauliflower… I browned some lean ground turkey, added a handful of finely shredded cheese and a no-oil blueberry dressing.  It was amazing.  I could eat this everyday!



    I took my dogs for a longer walk earlier in the day.  This turns into an arm-sculpting workout for me, as one of my pups just stops… about halfway through the walk and refuses to walk anymore.  So, I got double the arm workout today!




    I bought a bouquet of flowers and gave them to someone, asking them to find someone to give them to to make their day.  This was my favorite thing of the day.    I loved it so much, I think I will do this more often.  It made me feel happy, someone else feel happy, and someone else that they impacted, feel happy.  Win-win-win!



    My grandmother is the most special person in the world to me, but I don’t always talk to her as much as I want… sometimes, by the time I think to call her, it’s already past her bedtime.  So I made a commitment today to put a reminder in my calendar to call her during a time I know she wouldn’t be busy.  I called her and we talked and I promised I’d be up in the next few days to see her.  She sounded like she was smiling through the phone.  Yay! I love making my gram happy.  I need to do this more often.  I will put a reminder in my calendar three times a week.  What an awesome day!


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