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February Wrap Up & March Goals

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Let’s see how I did in February.

1. Alternate working out between 5-6 days a week in February.

Well according to stickers on my calendar I did not make this one. Boooo! I was busy with the end of my class so I was focusing more on school then working out but I was still active every week. I think I balanced them both the best I could. I can’t feel bad about that.

2. Drink at least at the bare minimum 6 glasses of water a day.

emoticon Check and check! I keep forgetting how beneficial water is for you. My skin feels less dry and my skin has cleared up.

3. On Sunday sit down and plan what I’m eating for the rest of the week.

emoticon Check and check! I planned my meals for every week and I cooked a lot. Awesome!

4. Get back down to 208 by the end of February which would be a 4.5 lbs loss

emoticon Check and check! At my last weigh in I was 207.8. So in February I lost a total of 4.7 lbs. Heck ya!

3 out of four works for me! I'm pretty proud of what I accomplished in February.

Now on to my March Goals

I kept it short and simple for March. Easy peasy!

1. Do Jillian Michaels 30 day shred 4-5 x week. I'm giving it 30 dedicated days and see what happens. I'll take before and after pics.

2. Drink 8 glasses of water everyday in March

3. Be thankful for one thing every day in March

4. Get down to 203 by the end of March. Which is almost a loss of 5 lbs.

I know what I can do and I know how strong I am. I got this! The fact that I can say that and believe it makes me soooo happy!
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    Awesome work!
    1721 days ago
  • EG8383
    You did great in Feb. even though you had so much going on, you stayed committed with the things you could and it reflected on thos lbs shed! I know you're going to rock March even harder!! You got this!
    1722 days ago
    Looks good to me! Keep on going!
    1725 days ago
    The meal planning is inspiring. Well, ok everything about this is! Have an awesome month!
    1726 days ago
    Great job on your goals! You were so consistent with the gym so 3 days a week is certainly something to be proud of! Anything above that is just icing on the cake :)

    Good Luck this month, I know you'll rock it. You've got the determination!
    1726 days ago
    emoticon job in February!! Youll do great in March too!! Can't wait to see those goals met again :]

    1726 days ago
    You had an amazing month to be proud of!!!!! TONS of stickers on that chart (which is hard when you're in school too!) SO WOO HOO for you! :) Great job. :)

    I know you'll reach your goal in March too!
    1726 days ago
    You did awesome!!!! So proud of you despite all your stress with school!
    1726 days ago
    Great blog for a great month! We're both trying to lose 5 pounds in March -- let's support each other! emoticon
    1726 days ago
    You had a stellar February my dear!! I am so proud of all that you accomplished! And so you fell a little short of your work out goal? Who cares? You are one busy girl, and you had an awesome month of fitting in work outs when you could! =) Some people would be like F IT! I'm not exercising at all! I'm too busy! So you are awesome Mary! Taking grad classes is no joke, let alone working FT, having a relationship, AND tryin to fit in healthy living! :)

    I'm excited to see how March goes for you! Maybe I will do the 30DS with you. I have it and it is literally collecting dust. :)
    1726 days ago
  • CHERIJ16
    Great idea to sit down and review your goals for the month! (Why didn't I think of that?) I am gong to do that right now!
    It sounds like you have a very healthy attitude and approach. emoticon

    1726 days ago
    emoticon on reaching your February goals! I am sure you will reach your new goals for March emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1726 days ago
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