Okay, I was getting ready to start writing goals and doing a WUB in a blog. This will give me a chance to try it out a little more privately. 1. Write my goals Game plan: I just did it (will review them at WUB) 2. Eat Vegan a minimum of 6 times (preferably 7 times) a week Game plan: Make sure I have proper food available at all times. 3. Exercise at least 30 minutes every day. Game plan: Go to the gym whether I feel like it or not 4. Write a weekly WUB to evaluate how I'm doing. Practice on the Quitting site during December
Day 2: Ate out, but ate vegan. Went to gym and cycled for 30 min. Day 3: I ate in, vegan and cycled for 30 min at gym. I wanted to quit at 5 min. but pushed through Day 4: 30 minutes exercise class. Beginning to stumble Day 5: Ate vegan, but no exercise. Day 6: Losing track of the days, ate everything in sight and no exercise. Not going to let this get the better of me.
Edited by: EATVEGAN at: 12/8/2012 (02:13)
Janet Pacific Time
I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me.
If you think and train like an athlete, you are an athlete.
I want to treat each day as the only day I have to work my plan. If I don't work my plan today, then tomorrow I will be one day behind.
It is close to that time of year again. the time we promises out selves this and that at the beginning of the year and don't follow through (mostly). I I figure we break our resolutions because we have no game plan. so for the next month our challenge is to make our resolutions make a plan of attack and PRACTICE.
Seem easy? Not so much, trust me. Your challenge is to make a game plan and follow through. It gets even harder to do that when you have more than one resolution. (trust me)That is what this month is for So you can practice. If you make a mistake no big deal. Think of this as spring training NOT THE PLAY OFFS!!! this month is to help you succeed and not be like the other times you make resolutions and failed. This time you find out what works and what doesn't with out the slamming of your self for your slip ups. So with out further Ado here is your challenge.
Week One day1. state what one or all your new year resolutions are are your game plan for them.
day2. Journal whether you did well or failed. It can be a simple paragraph or a dissertation as long as you are really working at it.
day3. same as day 2
day4. " "
day6. Summarize your week. How did it make you feel? Do you think you were a success? Or do you think you failed. What do you think would make it easier to accomplish your goal? What were the down falls of your success?
Week Two day1. If there are any changes to your regimen detail them and journals day2. do the daily journal day3. " " day4. " " day5. " " day6. " " day7. Summarize you week again
Week Three day1. document changes and daily journal day2. daily journal day3. " " day4. " " day5. " " day6. " " day7. Summarize your week again
Week Four day1. Document your changes and daily journal day2. daily journal day3. " " day4. " " day5. " " day6. Summarize your week day7. Being the last day in the year I don't expect a long drawn out dissertation but talk about If you think this has helped you. do you feel ready? do you want to attack the "mountain" or hid under the hill? More importantly are you ready?
Well that's the challenge boys and girls now who's with me
I OVERCOME THE ODDS. THE ODDS DO NOT OVERCOME ME.
Even a catipillar has to work at being a butterfly.
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