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Hello October 2012 Goals!!

Sunday, September 30, 2012

This is a day early, but I figure why not get the focuses and goals out before October 1st turns into October 10th. I normally like to do a list categorized into weight, fitness, nutrition, and personal goals, but this time I'm doing it different. Instead of categories and point blank goals, they're going to be focuses and then goals based on what I'm focusing on for this month. Here it goes:

This month I'll focus on:

Writing down everything I eat. emoticon
Eating in as much as possible. emoticon
Track my food spending. emoticon
Get in 3-4 skate sessions per week. emoticon
Getting over the fear of falling and going fast. emoticon

By focusing on these items I will accomplish:

Weight loss of 5-8 pounds emoticon
Have more money in savings emoticon
Doing crossovers emoticon
Get my 5 in 25 or close to it emoticon
Cut eating out by 30% emoticon
Making a monthly budget plan that I can stick to emoticon

Other goals I would like to accomplish:
Clean the office area completely emoticon
Become more efficient with menu planning emoticon
Gain better eating habits emoticon

Goals that are low priority but would be nice to accomplish:
Make good peanut brittle emoticon
Practice guitar twice a week emoticon
Clean the downstairs closet emoticon

Here's to a great October!!
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    Wow, that's a lot of focus, I suggest you pick only one, and focus on that for a month - this approach worked for me on the long term like marvel!
    1844 days ago
    sounds like GREAAAAT goals!!
    1845 days ago
    I'm starting to train for roller derby. There's a team here that's a teaching team and so no tryouts required. I love it!
    1845 days ago
    I like your attitude!! What do you skate for? Is it hockey or roller derby? or am I completely off?
    1845 days ago
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