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February Fancies

Sunday, February 02, 2014

As I sit in bed, looking out the window at the dreary day I am amazed that January has come and gone and February is knocking at the door. It's time to reflect on my progress towards meeting the health goals I set in January.

I realized when I set out to set myself goals ( not resolutions) that they needed to be attainable and so rather than sweeping statements I set mini goals.
Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day emoticon
Take at least 10K steps a day emoticon
Lose 15 pounds by June emoticon
Log what I eat emoticon

Well the water goal has been met- I now crave water and my partner razes me as I'm always carrying around may water bottle. I find that without the bottle I don't drink as much as it has a built in straw which makes it easier for me to drink from.

I was able to get more than the 10K steps - except for the two days that I was sick and stayed in bed for a great portion of the day. I have now increased my goal to 12 K steps a day!

Losing fifteen pounds by June.... Well that's the one goal that is not going so well. I lost a few pounds but they found me again! I have to get rid of them for good...

I am logging away! Now to look at the log closely and try to determine why those pounds found me again emoticon . I'm moving to a paper and pencil log as well as using SP. I prefer to see the whole week at once.

So as you can see I'm meeting the goals that I set for myself... Now to review and revamp for February.


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    I love your honesty, keep making those little steps they will lead to bigger ones.

    Thanks for passing by my blog page
    896 days ago
  • v EVIE4NOW
    Great goals. You CAN do it!
    902 days ago
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