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Reset my goals

Monday, December 31, 2012


Iíve been very inconsistent with tracking goals Ė and pretty much everything else.

Iím getting ready for the new year. 2013 will be awesome, because I will make it so.

Instead of setting resolutions or goals for the entire year, I have set some goals for January. Toward the end of January, I will set goals for February. Some goals will roll over month to month, some of which may have higher expectations. Some goals I may get rid of in favor of all new goals. If a goal becomes a habit, I donít see the need to keep it. If a goal becomes impossible due to finances, illness, or injury (not that I foresee any such problems in the near future!), Iíll rework my goals.

Some positives from 2012. I was promoted at work (which has its good and bad parts). I became a First Aid and CPR instructor for my job (this was planned even before the promotion). I reached my weight goal. All in all, it was a pretty good year.

Things I need to work on in 2013: Be more consistent with exercise. Declutter my apartment (this will have many benefits, from being able to find things to having room to work out to videos). Cook at home more from scratch. Drink more fluids.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
LJR4HEALTH 1/1/2013 7:05PM

    emoticon plan for the new month emoticon

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KALIGIRL 1/1/2013 1:00PM

    Here's to a emoticon January!

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ASTORRES1 1/1/2013 10:01AM

Awesome blog!! Sounds like you were in my head when I was reading it, hahaha
I hope to be more consistent too.


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BATCHICK 12/31/2012 12:57PM

    This is a smart plan! Here's to kicking off 2013 with our health in mind!

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