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No Excuse, day 1

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Today's plan:
Breakfast: Sausage, egg, cheese, burrito.
Snack: String cheese
Lunch: Baked Chicken and mushroom melt with broccoli side
Snack: Celery with hummus
Dinner: Taco Salad

Activity: Clean/organize house. Zumba from 4-5.

I feel good about this challenge. I don't feel like it is unattainable. I also feel a bit more motivated. It is silly not to keep pushing forward. On Facebook, Jillian Michaels posted this:

"Smart Tip: Most people sabotage themselves because they aren't mindful in the moment. Let your daily actions be governed by your goals & dreams. Whenever you are making an important decision first ask if it gets you closer to your goals or farther away. If the answer is closer, pull the trigger. If it's farther away make a different choice. Conscious choice making is a critical step in making your dreams a reality."

This is so very true. This week, I am going to work on this. I am really trying to move towards my goal, not away. This is why I have had a downward spiral lately, I haven't been making conscious choices...I just made them and then regretted. So, I am going to work on stopping to think about everything I do this week!

Have a great week fellow Sparkers! Keep on moving towards those goals!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
LYNMEINDERS 3/27/2011 10:44PM

    That smart tip is so so timely....thankoyu so so much....

Have just been seeting myself refocusing goals.....
We can do this/.....

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TEXASGIDGET 3/27/2011 6:38PM

    Sounds like you have a plan! Planning is definitely key! emoticon

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MSBOBBI25 3/27/2011 2:23PM

    You can do it ;)

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  Oooh, celery with hummus sounds delicious! You got this - day 1 is in the bag :)

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