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Friday, July 26, 2013

So many people have said that this is a journey, not a destination, but I have never thought of this in terms of an end product of success. I need to go back and check my goals. Are they goals that have to do with the destination or goals that have to do with the journey? My major goals should not be about the destination, I believe, because that implies to me that when you reach that goal, you are done. Instead, my goals should be about some things that I will keep on doing with end point in sight. It certainly is helpful to achieve along the way with motivators, however. Hmmm...time to doublecheck and maybe reword my goals or separate my goals from my motivators along the way!

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    YES... goals for the journey, so we can become happier and healthier along the way.
    Onward! emoticon
    1674 days ago
  • JACKIE542
    emoticon Love the quotes especially the last one. must keep moving. emoticon emoticon
    1675 days ago
  • KAB7801
    One of my goals is to be as healthy and happy as possible, I don't think that can ever be reached, you can always get healthier and happier!
    Great blog makes me think!
    1675 days ago
    1675 days ago
    Awesome blog - great message! Thanks for posting!
    1675 days ago
    Great blog. Thanks. Have a good day.
    1675 days ago
    Thanks for sharing
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