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February 2013 goals

Sunday, February 17, 2013

For my New Years Resolutions, I decided to break up my resolutions into monthly goals. Here's my list for February.

1. Get taxes done. (Hoping to work on that today. for some reason I'm dragging my feet on this one.)
2. Set up a Christmas fund for this year.
3. Work on my DD's birthday party. (still not sure what she's wanting to do- maybe I can work on it tomorrow.)
4. Lose 5 pounds for the month.

According to my calculations, I did lose 5 pounds last month, so I'm still on target to lose 60 pounds for the year. 5 pounds a month= 60 pounds in one year.

I still have a few things that I'm working on from last month, but I did get a couple of things crossed off my list. Woot! I need to remember, I'm a work in progress! emoticon

Update: Taxes are done for me AND my BF...yay!! Torri's decided she doesn't want a big party...she wants money so she can buy herself a laptop. We'll still have a special dinner for her and everything. Oh, and cupcakes for her classmates. Two down, two to go!
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  • SANDLADY48
    Setting monthly goals breaks it into doable portions. emoticon
    1317 days ago
  • LCDM83
    I like the monthly goals idea too! It will keep you focused! emoticon
    1317 days ago
  • LJR4HEALTH
    Michelle you are doing great with your weight loss and like you monthly goals
    1320 days ago
  • FITAT50
    Ugh, taxes...enough said, lol

    I always used to do a Christmas fund, I should start one again.

    You're on track for your weight loss! emoticon
    1320 days ago
  • MICHIGANLORI
    I like the idea of having monthly goals. I need to try that. I just completed 3 tax returns this weekend (DDs and my moms). Yuck! Now I need to complete mine.


    1321 days ago
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