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THERESAMARIEM
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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Yesterday, someone said to take my goals one at a time. That was great advice! I often find myself getting overwhelmed with trying to do way to much at one time. So, this week I am focusing on getting all 8 glasses of water in a day. I did good yesterday and I'm doing well today. I find that if I can get at least 2 glasses in by 10am, then I can pace myself and get the rest in before bed.
After I've 'conquered' this goal, I will move on to the next and start focusing on fitness and making sure I'm exercising at least 6 days a week.
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  • WENDYJM4
    great advice
    1082 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/18/2013 4:19:34 AM
  • CANES4EVER63
    That's the right way to do it!! Never try to change everything at once, it's completely overwhelming and is a set up for failure! Small steps is the way to go :)
    1082 days ago
  • KITT52
    emoticon
    1083 days ago
  • VEROISME
    it's great advice! I find the more success I have in small goals, the less overwhelmed I am to add more and more goals... and extend it to other areas of my life!
    1083 days ago
  • NEPTUNE1939
    Good advice. emoticon For what its worth, I drink 8-oz of water upon waking up and an additional 16-oz during my 1-hour morning walk before breakfast. Since I'm strength training, 10-grams of BCCA's are mixed with the water and amounts to 5-calories. The BCCA's by-pass the liver getting to muscle fibers to avoid muscle loss from fasting during sleep. The walk before breakfast puts my metabolism in high gear for the rest of the day.

    If your interested Bodybuilding.com is a good site to visit. emoticon emoticon Earl
    1083 days ago
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