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Small Things and 2012 goals

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Last March when I went to Colorado by plane, I fit in the seat... mostly. But I was squirting under the armrest so that it would slowly slide up over time. And then I'd ooze over towards the other seat.

Flying home to Boston for Christmas, I pulled down the arm rest and it didn't touch!! There was no one sitting next to me and I still kept it down for most of the flight... because I could. No squishing, no sliding.

I know that I have more to go. I know that I have to make a few changes.

2012 Goals:

1. Re-do vision board
2. Keep exercising (find balance between strength training and cardio)
3. Get back to measuring food. I have been logging on the BodyMedia site, but will switch back to SP logger
4. Cook more healthy meals (remember to bring lunch to work!!)
5. Bust through my plateau
6. Take body measurements
7. Focus on 1-2 lbs per week loss

What are your goals? Have you set good ones?

Or have you set bad ones?
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  • CHRYS13
    Hey, awesome! Congrats!
    I'm so proud of you....and I know you will continue to fulfill your goals!
    Wishing you a bright and glorious New Year!
    1762 days ago
    emoticon Awesome goals! emoticon

    My goal for 2012 is to eat better/cleaner. I have no problem with exercise its the food part that I need to get under control.

    1763 days ago
    Isn't that a great feeling, to truly fit in the seat? That's the kind of measurement that we can miss when we focus on the scale too much, but they are important ones. Those are great goals; way to go!
    1765 days ago
    Great goals and will be looking forward to hearing you check each off in the new year.
    1765 days ago
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