A NEW YEAR RESOLUTION

Yes, a New Year Resolution has my name on it and I shall go forth with all the gusto I can muster.

I know – I yelled it a gazillion times, I’M NOT DOING RESOLUTIONS, but I’ve changed my mind (I can do that right?).

Pet blogging furrends Keep the Tail Wagging and Slimdoggy have encouraged me through a blog hop, (with the assistance of PetsMove.org) to …

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Their goal is for us to band together in an effort to help each other KEEP our resolutions, as well as becoming more committed in striving for a healthier pup.

Therefore according to the instructions on both of their blog sites, I hereby accept this New Year’s challenge and commit to exercising myself and Leo in 2014 so we can be better than we were in 2013.

First I had to list my resolution on a piece of paper – DID THAT

Tie it around Leo’s neck and take a photo…

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Then send said photo with commitment into Slimdoggy before the 4th of Jan.

Together Leo and I are going to walk more, play with Wilson more, and HE will watch what I eat.

Leo is in great shape, but could really use more exercise because he is still so young and super active. I will try and capitalize on that – so pray for me please.

“Statistics suggest that almost 80% of us that do make resolutions each January rarely seem to follow through.” I would be one of those people!

I’m supposed to track our activities on PetsMove.org

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But in this case it’s “my” weight we’ll be tracking (privately), and Leo’s stamina through our increased activities.

I’m sure you’re interested in Harley’s work-out plan, aren’t you? Well, according to him, he said he has his workout regiment and it’s all he needs at this time…

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Thanks for reading, I’ve resolved to move my mutt and in return move me. What are you doing?

 

8 Comments
  • Emma
    January 3, 2014

    You can do this one. There is always time for a little more activity like walking! You can do it!

    • Cathy Bennett
      January 3, 2014

      Emma, I’m really going to work hard at living a healthier life. Leo will be an excellent trainer. Just keep me in your prayers because he can be relentless when it comes to outside play.
      Thanks for reading

  • slimdoggy
    January 3, 2014

    Excellent! So glad you joined us. Hope we provide lots of fun and incentive for you and Leo to keep your resolution!

    • Cathy Bennett
      January 3, 2014

      Slimdoggy, this is a PAWfect time to get started. Thanks for teaming up with Kim and getting us all motivated.

  • YourSpecialDog
    January 4, 2014

    That is a great thing what you are doing 🙂

    • Cathy Bennett
      January 6, 2014

      Well I’m going to give it a try at least. Ate way more than I should have over the holidays – not complaining, just ready to do something about it, and what better way then to do it with two energizer doodles! Thanks for your support – I’m going to need it…

  • Jen@MyBrownNewfies
    January 4, 2014

    I’m not big on resolutions either because I always break them! There’s something about writing it down that jinxes me!
    But…..I am going to resolve to move my mutts, because I want them to stay healthy!

    • Cathy Bennett
      January 5, 2014

      I agree Jen, And when you think about it, in our attempt to keep them healthy, we are in return doing something good for ourselves. I hope I can maintain though, we’ll have to keep uplifting and supporting one another throughout this process. Take care and keep warm.

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