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2013 Goals- Mind , Body , Spirit

Friday, January 04, 2013

- Run training: 3-4 time a week (including speedwork- new for me). Track every single mile.
- Strength training: 2x, maybe 3 per week.
- One race per month
- Clean and mindful nutrition. Frequent challenges.
- Break 25:00 in 5K. Run half marathon #6.

- Read 1 book per month
- Travel!! Local or out.
- Increase savings
- Rid of MC debt
- Open retirement account

- Church weekly
- Daily prayer/meditation
- Read bible
- Volunteer
- Try new experiences!

I could have done so much better in 2012. Did not achieve all my goals, still I must be happy with I did do. I refinanced my home. Did several 5K and 10K including a mud run and a trail run (firsts for me). I achieved a half-marathon PR of 2:02. Then I took 2 vacations. And fell into a pretty bad slump. But-- you Live, Learn and move forward. I am not mentioning a specific goalweight (although one is in my head). I know that if I stick to this- I will get to where I want to be (and get back comfortably into my skinny clothes).

2013 is all about-- CONSISTENCY. PERSEVERANCE. Just keep going. Reach new limits. Discover new strengths.

Happy, Health, Fit New Year SparkAmigos!
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    Congratulations on your 2012 victories! Great goals for 2013! emoticon
    Happy New Year! emoticon
    1386 days ago
    It is a full schedule but I know you can do it. Good luck and keep up posted.
    1387 days ago
  • SWAZY33
    Those are some great goals. I recently posted mine too and after reading yours am thinking of editing mine to add some races/challenges to my list! Thanks for the inspiration and I must say that I am very impressed with your HM time and 5k goal!! GREAT!!
    1388 days ago
  • SNS1968
    1388 days ago
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