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Cinda W.
Aug 10

Cinda W.

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"Live the Life You Love" & "Love the Life You Live"
I'm 67 years old: feel better than when I was 30. A few years ago I was morbidly obese, coping with chronic knee pain from a 1988 injury, suffering with chest pains, wondering if I would wake up in the morning. I was a 'walking dead woman'.
Today I'm an endurance athlete: triathlete, century rider, & solo bike tourer (685 mile in 11 days). I'm still working to reach my weight loss goals and remain focused on living a healthy life.
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    Cinda W. is taking time away from Daily Challenge and will be back on August 10, 2016.

    I'm taking a break because I'm working on a major house renovation project in addition to all my other activities as a wellness coach, computer consultant, and volunteer. While I'm gone you can follow my activities on FB:
    Remember #thriverswin and without my Thrive Lifestyle I wouldn't be doing all the things I am.

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    My resolution - I am working on a special renovation project of a 70 year old house that was abandoned for the past several years. Some 83-85 year old friends bought it as a repo to add to their rental portfolio. They hired me (and allowed me to hire my friend) to do the renovation: prep, prime, and paint all the kitchen and bathroom cabinets - there were six color layers of paint on them; scrape, sand, caulk, prime, and paint all exterior window frames; sand and restain/reseal interior wood window frames and make sure all windows will open (actually a couple of windows have been previously painted so we will repaint them); patch drywall, prep, prime and paint all walls; redo all doors; more work in the basement; and just tonight I found out they want us to paint the exterior too as they are going to delay putting new siding on it.
    It's a big project - I don't know how many more days/weeks of work there is especially with the exterior and heat!
    Anyway - my resolution is to SAVE all the money I am earning from this project for a vacation, perhaps two: one short one later this year and a long one next year to Europe with my bicycle. My resolution is that I can only use this money for vacation, a medical emergency, or a vehicle emergency.
    Additionally I still have a computer project to complete for a client and all that money is getting the same designation. I will continue to live on a tight budget to make this dream come true of a 2-3 month bike ride around Europe - one in which I don't have to camp all the time, and enjoy a few luxuries now and then.

    Now today is my first day back but I am going to put myself on time away again as I just can't do everything. So I'll set it for a return in 3 weeks and give you an update.
    Meanwhile I will continue to be connected on FB:

    "Make and share 1 small, manageable resolution - no "New Year's" needed"

    July 21, 2016 at 2:17 UTC
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      Victor D. replied July 21, 2016 at 4:00 UTC:

      Hi Cinda. What a lovely endeavor, you will do well for you have passion in what you are doing, that alone is half of the job covered, now go on and stick with your plan, you have a real good one, and you will be very happy whenever to get to be doing it. Thanks for the details, ...see more

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    Cinda W. earned the "Fulfilled" stamp July 21, 2016 at 2:05 UTC

    Completed 9 challenges in the Finding Fulfillment track

    Completed 9 challenges in the Finding Fulfillment track
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    Cinda W. has come back from her break.
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    Cinda W. is taking time away from Daily Challenge and will be back on July 20, 2016.

    Too many irons in the fire - you know that expression? Well, that's why I need to take a break from DC. Multiple contract projects in progress as well as just starting to share my journey with some new nutritional supplements that are helping me get back on a healthy track. While I'm gone you can stay in touch via FB:

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    One of my goals is to get back into shape so I have energy for a major long distance bike ride again.
    I'm happy to say that several things are helping me achieve this. One I implemented two weeks ago when I started taking some new nutritional supplements. I am amazed at the difference they are making in how I feel: I sleep better, wake up earlier and with energy, better mobility again, and so much nicer skin.
    Two - I'm just engaging more with the world and that helps fuel my motivation.
    Three - I accepted a contract to do major rehab work on repo house, and I was able to get a friend hired too. So we are working together - great exercise and support on our wellness goals. Plus we're each earning some money for something special. She is putting hers towards a down payment on a new car; I am saving mine for travel expenses.

    So with that I will tell you that I have decided to take a 2 week hiatus from DC as I just have too many things going on now: this rehab project; phase 3 of an upgrade for a computer client; pet sitting where I will have to stay at the home because there are 5 pets; "lawn sitting" - where I will spend probably 1.5 hours a day for 10 days watering flowers and veggies and mowing the lawn at least once; plus my regular household chores where I live.

    Because I use FB for business and pleasure, I will remain active there during this hiatus so if you want to connect there, just click here:


    "Name a friend or family member who can help you achieve 1 of your goals"

    July 6, 2016 at 5:10 UTC
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    Working toward some great financial goals, health goals, personal relationship goals and more. I have a plan and carrying it out.

    "Imagine yourself 6 months from now, and write down 1 goal you would like to have achieved"

    July 4, 2016 at 6:48 UTC
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    First off - looks like I have a bucket full of encouragement today - so thanks everyone.

    I will be 67 years old in two days - and I need to live a long time because I have a huge bucket list.

    I dream of taking a very long bicycle journey both around the USA and Europe, possibly Africa and South America. On the last two continents I prefer to have a cycling companion but will probably do the USA and Europe solo. I want to be able to use a variety of accommodations - camping, warmshowers hosts, hostels, hotels, fb friends, etc. While I don't want to be extravagant I also don't want to be stressed when it is necessary to spend money. I hope this dream comes to fruition next year.


    Snubeling - this is a combination of snorkeling and scuba diving where dive certification is not required but you can go deeper and stay down longer than jusst regular snorkeling (which I love).

    A trip to south seas...

    Snowshoeing too or cross country skiing - preferably into a cabin where you can spend the night in the woods and then work your way back out the next day.

    A combination European barge cruise with cycling...that is something I dreamed up long before I took up cycling.

    Taking hospital bikes to Malawi and being the "ambulance" pedaler (for 4-6 weeks) to take patients to/from the village/hospital.

    Having a home base near the ocean - actually looking over the ocean or inland waterway with a bedroom facing the east for the sunrise.

    Having a medium sized motorhome to travel the USA with my bicycle too.

    Okay - I could go on and on.....

    Here's my current project making some extra money toward living something on my bucket list: I'm working on a repo home that will become a rental. Unfortunately it's not my property but belongs to a friend who hired me to do the work. This is me stripping the shelf paper off kitchen cabinet, only to discover rotten tarpaper type linoleum underneath. Tomorrow I'll be using a heat gun to aid in the removal.

    "Share 3 things that are on your "bucket list.""

    July 2, 2016 at 3:58 UTC
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