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Goal Setting!

Sunday, October 07, 2012

Today, my action plan was to write down my goals, and write them SMART. This is an acronym....i just watched the video, i should remember.

Im going to exercise six days a week: pliates 45 min six days and strength 45 min four days. Im going to make my calorie count every day. Every day i will log into SparkPeople to stay on track. I'm going to make my fast break goals every day.

About abilities: Im pretty sure i can do this. Every time i fall down, i can get back up....not only make up for it the next day, but start again, start again. Ive had a lot of problems with motivation and goal setting, so tommorrow im going to set two new goals (to reach everyday).

Wish me luck starting stage 1 again!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GOALSONTRACK 10/12/2012 7:22PM

    SMART goals are way to go. There are some great tools can help with that. Try my website if you're interested.

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SH9719 10/7/2012 10:20PM

    If you never set goals for fear that you will not reach them you will never accomplish anything. You are taking a very good next step. Good luck.

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AUGIEM1 10/7/2012 9:48PM

  Hi, I'm sorta new on here. So I just read your blog for today. I somewhat feel like we're in the same boat. I've fallen and had to get back up myself. I agree with you - you/we can do this! I do wish you all the best in your goal setting/accomplishments! Just remember if you don't reach one goal keep trudging for it the will come all in do time! Best wishes!

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CHRIS3874 10/7/2012 9:37PM

    The whole trick is to be persistant and to get back on that horse no matter HOW MANY TIMES you fall off. And look for the long term goals. emoticon

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