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Goals for this week

Sunday, February 28, 2010

I'm trying to do better about planning out my days and/or weeks ahead of time. I also want to do better about holding myself accountable. So these are my goals for this week:

--Exercise for at least 10 mins. a day (one of my Fast Break goals from the very beginning).
--Do cardio at least 4 days, strength training at least 3 days.
--Go to the gym before work one day. (When I go, it's always after work or on the weekends. I want to try doing it before work and see how it goes.)
--Register for at least one 5K walk to do in March or April.
--Finish vision collage.
--Blog at least two more times this week. (I come on the website a lot, but I want to start blogging more.)
--Eat 2 or more fruits/veggies per day (another one of my Fast Break goals from the very beginning).
--Drink no more than 5 Diet Cokes a day. (Believe it or not, this is cutting down for me. I am a Diet Coke addict, a "chain drinker". My doctor told me to cut down very slowly so I won't get headaches from caffeine withdrawal. Doctor's advice was to cut down one drink a day going for a week at a time; so last week I had no more than 6 drinks a day.)
--Drink at least 3 glasses of water a day. (I'm slowly replacing the Diet Cokes with water.)

This is a pretty long list, but no individual item is really that big. They're all fairly small steps for me, so I think it is manageable. If I meet all of these goals this week, my reward will be to go shopping at the SparkPeople store.
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    That is a great list. Very realistic. Just writing down a list is such a great idea. It really helps!

    2822 days ago
    Good goals! emoticon
    2823 days ago
  • BUNNIE1999
    Wonderful goals !! It is great to put them on paper and keep them visual and check them off as you met them. Good luck to you!! emoticon
    2823 days ago
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