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Reviewing Yesterday's and Setting Today's Goals

Thursday, March 28, 2013

My goals from yesterday:
1.) Track all my food emoticon Tracked all my food, but I went way over my range. I think some of this was emotional eating because the events last night (see previous blog)
2.) Drink all my water emoticon I am really liking the pitcher at my desk, I can fill my cup multiple times without having to go to the breakroom. It is here so I am drinking it!
3.) Walk Tucker emoticon We had a lovely 25 min walk, I only got in a mile but there were just so many trees to stop and smell.
4.) Get on the Elliptical emoticon Got in 30 min. Bringing me closer to 1000 min goal for March! I will get that trophy!
5.) Clean out 2 email folders emoticon emoticon I ran out of time in the work day, but I did get one folder cleaned up.

Goals for today
1.) Track all my food.
2.) Drink my water.
3.) Walk Tucker.
4.) Get on the Elliptical.
5.) Clean up my Manual Entered Foods on the Nutrition Tracker.
6.) Make to do list for Friday and Saturday.

Good Luck to everyone!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
AEGISHOT 3/29/2013 10:40AM

    Talking about 1000 minutes for March, I just found the first and last time I met that goal was 1 year ago, but I am determined to do it again and stick with it.

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BEATLETOT 3/28/2013 3:57PM

    I emotionally ate (and drank beer) yesterday, too, and will likely not bother to put everything in there. Sorry, Head Starfish. =)

You're doing great with your goals. Hearts!!!

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DONNACFIT 3/28/2013 11:33AM

    I love lists!! Yours is a good one!!


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