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Goals for March 3

Sunday, March 03, 2013

I didn't put a goal blog for yesterday...I ended up at Grandma's Friday night because I felt like hiding my head in the sand. I got home yesterday at 3pm and didn't feel like being productive.

Anyway, here's how I did on March 1's goals:

1. Drink 4 glasses of water (I've been slacking I'm starting slowly and I'll build up to the 8 glasses/day) - had 3

2. Do 15 minutes of some type of cardio - not met

3. Apply to 2 jobs - not met, although I did get a request for a quote for an 80 person event in September

4. Do 15 minutes of ST - emoticon

5. Do 15 minutes of housework - emoticon

And here are my goals for March 3:

1. Drink 4 glasses of water

2. Dance around the living room for 15 minutes

3. Do 15 minutes of ST (upper body today since my legs are still feeling the squats and lunges from Friday)

4. Track all food

5. Work on quote for 80-person event

6. Clear off coffee table

7. Knit one repeat of the hat I'm working on

I've decided to structure my daily goals around my previous Power of 10 plan. Except I'll be really specific about them. And just to remind myself what they were:

10 minutes of cardio

10 minutes of ST

10 minutes of housework

10 minutes for ME

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MEADSBAY 3/7/2013 9:53PM

    Daily goals are good- as in TO-Do list!

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CAPECODBABE 3/3/2013 2:17PM

    I think it's a great idea to have daily goals written down!


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    I need to figure out my goals for today despite my frustrations lol...

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AME4IT 3/3/2013 9:43AM

    great goals for today. emoticon and i'm looking forward to checking in tomorrow to see 'goal met' by each of them emoticon

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STUDLEEJOE 3/3/2013 9:39AM


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