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2012 Goals not met!!

Friday, December 28, 2012

So I did not meet my yearly goals in 2012. Woe is me???? NO!! No Woe! During 2012 I was unable to exercise as I planned. The arthritis in my hip was extremely painful, walking was difficult and without a cane sometimes impossible. I had no exercise to track, and thus my tracking fell away. I continued to follow some of my routines, others I let go. My hip surgery was successful and I've been following dr's orders and doing PT as directed. While I am still not completely back to my optimal nutrition plan, I have been doing well with exercise. I met my goals for the month of Dec!! If extrapolated ... and I plan to continue doing what I'm doing... I will meet my 2013 goals!!
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  • PURPLE0906
    Glad your surgery went well and that PT is helping you. Keep up the positive attitude, you can do it.

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    1408 days ago
  • TINAKATRINA1
    Yeah! Glad your surgery was successful and you met your December goals! One step at a time. Your nutritional goal will be met soon. :) Work it! emoticon
    1434 days ago
  • WATOGA17
    You can do it, V!
    1439 days ago
  • CEILIE2
    I am sure you will do well in 2013! Recovering from surgery is very hard work and you have done so emoticon . emoticon
    1439 days ago
  • KAREN608
    Wow that was a big problem to overcome, and so much time to deal with pain. Glad you had your surgery and PT is hopefully helping you recover to achieve all your 2013 goals. I was feeling a bit down due to my neck nerves & shoulder/arm pain for last month, but you reminded me of all I have been praying for in pain. I remembered all month all the people in pain so maybe there was a reason for my season of pain. May you reach all your goals for the years to come.
    1439 days ago
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