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  1. It's not that hard to do. It's just my kids are always with me. It's very hard to carve out "time for me" when I don't have anyone to help watch the kids
  2. Thanks for the encouragement! I don't run outside not because I don't feel comfortable. It's more a safety issue, the only time I have is in the early morning hours. Because I homeschool my kids and have a child with autism who goes to school, my schedule is very full. I want to run outside as I want to have the different scenery, but I can't do it at a reasonable time. Im taking the attitude of trying to work within my situation instead of giving excuses as to why I can't. Thanks you again you have given me food for thought.
  3. Thanks so much, I will look into it for tomorrow.
  4. Hi there, I just completed my first day. I was surprised I did it. I am a Mom of 4 kiddos ranging ages from 12 to 6, my second child has been diagnosed as having autism. I did my first day in my living room, in the dark. I don't feel comfortable running outside. I have about a 10 to 15 foot stretch where I walked/ran laps. I have never been a runner, but always wanted to be. I am praying I will have the discipline to do this. Also, when do I repeat the days,? I did today and it wasn't bad. I couldn't believe I actually did it! Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  5. Hi there, I just completed my first day. I was surprised I did it. I am a Mom of 4 kiddos ranging ages from 12 to 6, my second child has been diagnosed as having autism. I did my first day in my living room, in the dark. I don't feel comfortable running outside. I have about a 10 to 15 foot stretch where I walked/ran laps. I have never been a runner, but always wanted to be. I am praying I will have the discipline to do this. Also, when do I repeat the days,? I did today and it wasn't bad. I couldn't believe I actually did it! Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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