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11/23/12 6:18 P


KAYLAFVANO1 SparkPoints: (701)
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11/21/12 1:05 P

I am back from an SP hiatus too. I chose easy goals so I don't completely fail during this holiday week. Mine are 1) drinking only water (even if I don't make it to 8 cups a day) 2) not watching more than 1 hour of TV a day (a challenge since I work from home/will be off this week and 3) collecting a motivational picture each day (hello Pinterest!). Since it is the middle of the week I will probably switch up my goals on Sunday- so really i just have to do these 3 things for 5 days. I can do it!

MATHMAGICIAN SparkPoints: (0)
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11/21/12 9:13 A

My fast break goals are:
1. Exercise 10 minutes a day to get back in the habit.
2. Eat 2 fruits and veggies a day; something I have trouble with even when I stay within my nutritional ranges.
3. Read something motivational each day. This is to remind me to make time for myself and my emotional health too!

JLYON148 SparkPoints: (0)
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10/24/12 9:28 P

My fast break goals are:
make 1 new healthy recipe a week
exercise 10 min a day 4x a week
get 8 hours of sleep a night

TCANNO SparkPoints: (282,009)
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10/24/12 5:20 A

none today

RENEEMG77 Posts: 35
10/23/12 2:46 P

That's funny, because I am returning to SP after a long hiatus and also trying the coaching this time around. I actually changed my fastberak goals to make them easier for me to reach instead of harder. I feel like I can use an easy pat on the back right now (eat 2 fruits and veggies, simple!) instead of stretching too much (8 glasses of water a day! I couldn't even do that when I was totally on track!)

Then when I am actually sticking with a week of achieiving my FB goals, I can move on to these other important items.

Kudos for a goal on no snacking! That is tough! Some strategies I've heard are: brushing teeth (and flossing!) after dinner, chewing gum, drinking tea, changing your snacking-time habits. For example, if you usually snack while cleaning up after dinner, maybe try cleaning up at a different time or let someone else do it. Or if you snack while watching TV, watch in a different room or while on a treadmill or read a book for a week instead.

Best of luck, everyone!

TCANNO SparkPoints: (282,009)
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10/23/12 8:52 A

to get to 76kg

Edited by: TCANNO at: 10/23/2012 (08:53)
HAICK1983 Posts: 4
10/23/12 7:01 A

I have changed my fast break goals because I feel these new goals will benefit me better in the long run. One of my new goals is to refrain from evening snacking, which tends to be quite a challenge for me. I was hopeing someone could help me discover some strategies to avoid evening snacking since this seems to be quite an issue for me. Any suggestions?

KELLY_SP SparkPoints: (134,054)
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10/21/12 9:33 P


Welcome to SparkPeople and congratulations on taking steps toward a healthier YOU!!


Be well,

MHELME SparkPoints: (0)
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10/21/12 3:22 P

Hi there i'm new to this but after watching the second coaching program today I am all ready to track my fast break goals and stay consistent for the next week.
My three fast break goals are to exercise for 10 minutes each day, drink 8 8oz cups of water every day and to journal at least 3 times for a week.

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