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March Goals

Saturday, March 01, 2014

Everyone seems to be posting new goals for the month. Good idea!

Since it's my birthday month, my goal is do get down closer to 190 pounds by the end of the month.

In February I logged over 500,000 steps in only 28 days. Half a million! I'm pretty pleased with myself and I want to do slightly more in March.

I also want to start running again. I've been slacking off on the running/walking in the basement (only walking lately). So I want to start back with the interval training again. I have committed to running a 5K in June so March would be a good time to begin training (if the snow ever melts LOL). My goal is to devote 30 minutes a day to this training in addition to my walking schedule.

I also want to lift more weight, more often. So I will devote another 30 minutes 3 times a week to weights and floor exercise.

And I am continuing to commit myself to the ETL life. I love, love, love eating this way. It is an easier lifestyle for me and it keeps me satisfied and happy.

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    A half million steps in February? You rock!!

    This blog post is so strong and purposeful (not sure if that's a word, but I like it) I will say good luck, but doubt you need it.

    From one March gal to another.
    967 days ago
    Excellent goals. The number of steps you do is emoticon You are an inspiration.
    967 days ago
    Wonderful and worthy goals. I have no doubt you will achieve them.

    967 days ago
  • POPSY190
    A great plan; I feel the same way about ETL and am so glad to have found it.
    968 days ago
  • PJ2222
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    968 days ago
    Good luck. You sound happy and enthusiastic....two things that will help you reach your goals.

    Believe in yourself. Have fun with your upcoming 5k
    968 days ago
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