I got this from Greta. Here are my answers. Let’s see your answers!

1. Are you close to achieving your goals?
In about three months RT and I will move into our new home. That’s our most immediate physical goal. Basically we’re living the American dream. The only goal I can’t quite seem to reach is weight loss.

2. List something you could improve on this week.
Exercising and eating moderately. I WILL do both!

3. Is the glass half-full or half-empty?
It’s half-full – I’m an optimist.

4. Are you current on paps, mammograms, dentists & check-ups?
Yes on all counts.

5. If you take medication, are you overdue for some maintenance?
Yes – I’m current on all my medications, too.

6. What is the last really nice thing you did for yourself?
I slept late this morning. Actually I went back to bed after I let the dog out, and THEN I slept late. When I woke up I drove myself, my morning coffee and the dog over to the building site (2 1/2 miles away) and walked for awhile through the woods while sipping my coffee. It (both the walk and the coffee) was wonderful!

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One Response to “Life Challenge Quiz”

  1. Stanford Matthews Says:

    1. Are you close to achieving your goals?
    Close is a relative term. More than goals, the tasks I need to successfully complete are more like involuntary life mandates and if I don’t complete number one, the others will suffer or fail.

    2. List something you could improve on this week.
    Getting more done in a given amount of time to satisfy number one above.

    3. Is the glass half-full or half-empty?
    I can’t tell if it is a glass. It’s nice that it is more full than empty. But with the dewpoint of my situation, if I don’t hurry it will evaporate.

    4. Are you current on paps, mammograms, dentists & check-ups?
    I suppose I could substitute colonoscopy and prostate exams but that would be no anyhow and I haven’t seen a dentist in 42 years and have all my teeth. Now that I said that…….

    5. If you take medication, are you overdue for some maintenance?
    The only things I take are over-the-counter and I miss from time to time. Maintenance? Haven’t been to a doctor in six years. Now that I said that…..

    6. What is the last really nice thing you did for yourself?
    Decided it was about time I quit accommodating everyone for a while. Spent most of my life trying to accommodate others and it hasn’t worked out as well as one might expect. Maybe later. Refer to item number one.

    How’d I do?

    TMS: I like your answers! Especially the part about not going to a dentist in 42 years. Wish I could say the same (and not NEED to go to the dentist).

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