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Friday, November 16, 2012

hi friends,hope you are enjoying your day!!!no lunch yet,been shopping and got winter cloths,let me tell you it's exciting to just grab cloths and not have to worry about them not fitting :). Does anyone set mini goals.I am setting a mini goal of trying to lose 40 pounds by june 1st of 2013,im gonna work really hard to get there and im also gonna start doing daily yoga included with writing a food journal and gratitude list,i can please use all the support i can get,thanks
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  • v GOPINTOS
    Yes lots of mini goals!!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  • v HEIDIKM
    I think mini goals are great. I pat myself on the back for every little thing. It's so important to feel like you are accomplishing something. Make sure to reward yourself! For a while I was buying myself roses every week I stayed with my program. Seeing them on the table was a motivation to stay on track, because it's a reminder that I'm doing well but also I want that next bouquet. Your "mini" goal of 40 lbs doesn't seem so mini to me. It might be good to break that up. For example, how much will you need to have lost in 2 mos to keep on track with that?
    1319 days ago
  • v COURTNEY055
    emoticon I actually just blogged about starting a food journal myself. I have 70lbs. to go totoal but I keep plateauing so I decided to start a journal so I can see what I'm doing right and wrong. I think it's a great idea and I think you'll shed those pounds in no time! And I can't wait to be able to buy clothes withot having to try them on--def a mini goal for me!

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    Keep it up!

    Courtney
    1320 days ago
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  • v WALLAHALLA
    I need to feel successful to keep motivated. I joined in with several friends with the mini goals of losing 5% of our body weight each season (3 months) until we meet our final goal. I set my ticker to those 5% marks, and celebrate each mini goal met. It works well for me. I'm less discouraged and have a sense of accomplishment, rather than being discouraged by how long to takes to reach the ideal weight.
    1320 days ago
  • v NEVERORNOW
    Great goal and I know you will do it!!! emoticon
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  • v TECAVINESS
    Love mini goals. Help me stay motivated. You can do it.
    1320 days ago
  • v MSANITAL
    great goal and doable .. that is for sure I think setting small goals is more obtainable then setting a huge one.. yes a huge one is good but small ones get you there
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  • v OKBACK2ME
    Yes, I set mini goals! They are a good way of reaching your big goal!
    1320 days ago
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  • v JUST_BREATHE08
    emoticon Goal Setting!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon I love setting mini goals. I do so much better in reaching them. I am here anytime you need me! emoticon Please, keep us posted with your progress.
    1320 days ago
  • v BLUE42DOWN
    Mini goals are a great way to break bigger goals down into much more doable steps. I make a lot of them, such as my monthly goals, but most of them are not weight-specific.
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  • v PARKERB2
    We are here for you.
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  • v MARTY728
    We are all here for the same reason, so please keep us posted on your progress! Together emoticon emoticon
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  • v BEEJAY49
    Mini goals are great! You can do it! Remember to use your nutrition tracker too, it helps me so very much! HUGS!
    1320 days ago
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