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12/16/12 9:38 A

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I have definitely used the "negative goals" I think, in my mind, I have changed them to more positive goals over time. My "I am going to STOP eating fast food all the time." has turning into, "I am going to eat more healthy foods and make healthier choices."
It is a good thing too. Based on my original goal, I am sort of a failure. Based on the modified goal, those times when we end up with fast food, I am making the healthier food choices--and normally staying within all my nutrition limits for the day.


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12/16/12 8:00 A

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Whether you’re brand new to SparkPeople, or a seasoned veteran, you have no doubt noticed that we put a lot of emphasis on setting goals. From the small first steps you take during the "Fast Break" phase, to the long-range visions that shape the new lifestyle you are trying to create, we know that the people who succeed at permanent weight loss are the ones who have chosen their goals wisely and pursued them vigorously.

http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/moti
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