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Readiness -- How Will I Do It?

Sunday, March 03, 2013

Okay. I see where we are going here. I've got my "goal" now what are my "strategies". Can't fool me LOL.

Being a list person, I will develop my lists during the day for the next. For Sunday, it is a bit different because I will look at the week as a whole -- seeing what days I will be packing my lunch (most days), what days I will be exercising at work and my morning and/or nighttime exercise options. Once I chart this out (sounds worse than it is), this will allow the daily lists.

Yep, I can do this.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
ASHLING9 3/4/2013 1:43PM

  A list keeps me sane!

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HAKAPES 3/4/2013 8:55AM

    That sounds like a good strategy!

I also like to plan ahead, and make lists. I find it much more comfortable to focus on planning once, put it down to paper, then forget about it, and just go through the list. Sometimes I need to adapt, but otherwise, it so much less mental work.

If you feel comfortable, I'm interested in your lists!
We might get ideas from your plans.

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GUMMY_BEAR7 3/3/2013 7:52PM

    I am a list person too. I know how much it will help! Keep it up!

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    Nothing gets by you! LOL

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MARCIAC10 3/3/2013 4:48PM

    I like lists, although I sometimes forget to make them. If I hadn't chosen tracking food as my habit, I would chose being organized in my daily life.

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DNRAE1 3/3/2013 2:00PM

    I found that tracking my food helps me think ahead and know what I have that is ready to eat. Great goal!

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LYNCHD05 3/3/2013 10:48AM

    Sounds like you have got this together. Way to go!

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