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Oh, how my list could be grandiose! :-D
My goals for March are:
Keep working on the Weekend Challenges, and have at least 1 weekend that is 100% success day.
Not stress out about an upcoming dinner party My Guy & I are hosting this month, and to make sure there are plenty of healthy and low-fat or low-carb foods available for the evening.
Weather permitting, go for a walk in our back yard, before the snow starts to weaken and I can't walk on top of it without sinking to my hips.
Try to get at least 1200 cardio minutes. I did it in February, I want to do it again in March. I'm hoping to increase that number to 1500 really soon.
I try hard not to make my goals unattainable, but still keep them challenging. If I repeatedly can't reach a goal I keep stating I want to do, then I get really bummed out.... right up until I readjust the goal so it IS attainable, and work up from there.
Friends are like bras -- close to the heart and there for support.
What I want to accomplish for March. I find that if I share my goals, I am more accountable.
Continue to achieve a minimum of 1000 fitness minutes, log on daily to SP, continue to be sugar free,
Build up to running to Sobeys 9 km, I am running a 1/2 marathon in July
Organize photos to create a family book
Get my studio ready for tourist season, this means dusting bottle collection, reorganizing supplies, create more seaglass products
My personal affirmation that I created for myself when I was 300+ pounds-"I am a person of value regardless of what I weigh. I am here to make a difference!" Using the power of love, I lost 173 pounds.
I went from being a couch potato to running 7 marathons! seaglassqueen.blogspot.com/