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Week Five: Goals for the Week and Rest Day

Sunday, January 26, 2014

This last week hasn't been anything like I planned it to be. I had big plans because I had two extra days off and planned them to be big exercise days. I still did exercise but not to my full ability due to my back injury. I have been doing well with exercise and posture. This week I am going to focus more on my strength training and back and hip exercises.

I have thought about things I want to do while losing my weight. I have decided to donate to five charities and causes that I agree with. At the end of the year Dec 2014 I will donate to each charity/cause items/money/time based on how many pounds I have lost.

So far my list is:
My local Humane Society,
My local Planned Parenthood,
My local Food Bank,
My local Prevention Works, and
Sea Shepard (it's local and helps sea life).

Goals for this week:
- More engaged and focuses strength training and back and hip exercises.
- Lose 2 pounds.
- Track calories intake and outtake.


Plans for tomorrow:
Aqua Zumba.


Five things I'm grateful for:
1. Sunny Days.
2. Good Documentaries.
3. Living in a beautiful area.
4. My pets.
5. Puzzles.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
VONBLACKBIRD 1/27/2014 5:43PM

    I love documentaries too. You sound like your are doing good and making some progress. Know what you mean about the back. Keep on though as it helps in the long run.

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NEW_PARADIGM 1/27/2014 8:22AM

    Love your plan! I've donated to Food Banks before but hadn't ever thought of extending similar to other charities -- love it!
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TTLEELEE 1/26/2014 8:35PM

    I like the charity idea! emoticon emoticon

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CETANISTAWI 1/26/2014 8:13PM

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