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Setting some goals

Sunday, May 05, 2013

First of all Thank You for all your prayers and support. I still don't know exactly how to motivate myself but I have decided to set some small goals and small rewards to help myself feel like I have an attainable place to get too. I am setting three goals that I think will be doable so as not to over stretch myself but still stretch a little bit.

Goal #1: Eat out only one time a week.
Reward: Splurge for steaks to grill at home.

Goal #2: Walk at least 4 times a week.
Reward: New pair of cute undies.

Goal #3: Track my food at least three days a week.
Reward: Small milk shake on cheat day.

An additional goal, which I don't have a reward for is to find a psychiatrist that I can get into for an appointment to try and stabilize my mood. We moved 8 months ago and I still have not found a psychiatrist and have just been getting my meds from a family practice doc but I need an adjustment and he can't do that for me sadly.
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LOFLLAMA 5/19/2013 11:06AM

    WOW! I haven't bought myself anything in a year or two.

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DRIEDOUT 5/15/2013 11:06AM

    Fancy panties. Brilliant Cowgirl! I haven't thought of any sort of reward system, but I've make up tons of tiny goals.

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AWESOMECHELZ 5/6/2013 4:53PM

    Wonderful, wonderful!! You are on your way and I think you will do a lot better once you see your new psychiatrist. Moving is difficult (I moved to this area 1 year ago) and it is hard to find new doctors. I am still praying for you and good luck with your great goals. Love, Chelsea emoticon emoticon

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LITTLEGUYSMOM1 5/6/2013 9:28AM

    Great goals and rewards! Very attainable, but still enough to challenge you. Can your family doctor recommend a new psychiatrist for you? I'll be praying for you to find a new dr who is a good fit for you and that you can get in to see him/her quickly so you can get your meds adjusted as needed. Hang in there! emoticon

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