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2012 New Goals

Friday, December 30, 2011

Working on new goals for the New Year!

Last year I didn't get very far in my goals but I openly admit that except for the 5 or so days I spent blogging on here, I didn't really come here or much or even work on my original plan. But despite it all, I managed to make this the first year in which by the start of the next year I weighed less then what I started. On top of that I'e managed to keep the weight off for about 6 months! Yep, I'm lighter by 10 pounds!

So this year I'm setting up new goals for next year. I won't be going into details during this blog because the plan is to do a yearly, monthly, weekly and daily plan. This here will be the yearly goal set up (long term goal) and later will put up the monthly and weekly set up.

So here goals, 2012 New Goals:

1. Reach 190lbs: This would mean a 55lb loss for the year. 4.5 lbs a month or 1.25lbs a week or so. I think this is doable.

2. Increase my fitness level.

3. Eat healthier.

Yep, general goals but I will be setting up detailed goals as the year goes along.

Happy New Years to you all!
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    Awww, I love y'all! okay so it was more than 5 days since I have more than 5 blogs for the year LOL but still nothing like back in the days. I'll have to work on that for sure.

    2268 days ago
    Looks like you are off to a great start with some great goals. I am so glad to see you back around. Lets keep track of each other.
    2269 days ago
  • HILLARY0803
    emoticon We are both down 10 pounds in 2011! Not exactly what we were shooting for but better than gaining 10 pounds! We will meet our goals in 2012! Happy New Year!! emoticon
    2270 days ago
  • VICIOUS421
    2270 days ago
    Good luck... I'm watching you!
    2270 days ago
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