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With the start of the New Year, I've decided to do something that I've never really done before, make a New Year's Resolution. For me, I always thought I was happy right where I was, but in the past year, I've gained 20 pounds, lost some of it, gained some of it back, and have gone to the point where I don't like how I look any more and wouldn't wear the clothes that I liked. So I've decided to change all that this year.
I'm going to work on getting down to 100 pounds or somewhere close (108 being the highest I want to weigh). Going about this, I plan to also work on drinking more water, since I know that is a trouble spot. I'm not a fan of water, but if I work from 16 oz a day, which is a lot for me to the full 60-64 I'm supposed to be getting, I know that will make a big change. I'm also going to work on picking healthier options. I'm already big on fruit and veggies, but I'm going to try and eat smaller helpings, pick leaner meats, and so on. Cutting soda and sugary juices out of my diet is another step I have to take.
Since I'm a student, getting straight A's in my college classes this semester, summer, and next fall is the other resolution I've made. I've already wrote out my schedule, which gives me 2 hours a night to read chapters, print off handouts, and do homework for classes. I'm also going to find a tutor for my Trigonometry and College Algebra classes since math is a difficult area for me (so if anyone knows someone at TAMUK who's willing to tutor, drop me a line).
I'm excited for this new year, and I'm going to reach my goals!
Reach 100 Pounds
Learn to eat Healthier
Look Awesome in a Bikini
Along with trying to eat more fruits and veggies, leaner meats, and portion control, I do cardio 7 days a week for at least 30 minutes, and strength train 3 days a week (Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursday).
| current weight: 125.6
You have similar goals to mine, so I added you as a friend. Good luck with your exercise program - I'm sure you'll do great! :)
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