Now it is time.
Time to turn things around.
Stop eating so darn much.
Stop drinking the julmust (Swedish Christmas soda that I am a sucker for).
Stop the insanity.
From now on it is the new healthy life that lies on the path ahead.
My path ahead.
It is time for the Power Walks again, and for the Wii fit.
I’ve got a gift for Christmas---Jillian Michael’s workout---on Wii. Now it is time for Yours Truly to try it out.
And, maybe, maybe, maybe see some results?
Now it is time for me to start cranking up 14.000 steps every day (as I did before the crazy holiday season had started).
I have not stepped on the scale since early December, but I am sure it is not going to be fun once I see the result.
Not at all.
SO, I’d better be a good girl now…
Better. Be. Good!!
And that was all about that subject.
Now on to the next subject:
Karolina wants to sign up on Facebook. Peter and I say no. Karolina claims that “SOOO many” of her friends have facebook accounts, and they do (I have checked).
But, I feel like it is too early to start using Facebook when you only are 12. What do you possibly have to post? Post to friends you see in school everyday anyway. Maybe I am simply old-fashioned, maybe I don’t understand.
What do you think? Is a 12 year old too young to be on Facebook? Or is it just right? IF we let her sign up for an account once she turns 13 then it means that Peter and I have to sign up as well. Sign up just to keep an eye on the actions on her web-page.
I had an account on Facebook once, but I dropped out. I did not see the point.
I signed up when the “entire country” of Sweden signed up, before Facebook was such a hype here in the US.
Now I am toying with the thought of signing up again, but I simply don’t know how I feel about it.
Facebook users, what do you think??
Or, over-rated? (As I thought it was the first time I signed up).
I have this blog that connects me with so many people, and I have my e-mail. Do I really need Facebook, too?
Have a great Tuesday!!