AUNTC321

SparkPoints
 

50 Mile Goal Met

Friday, November 28, 2008

As everyone knows that has been reading my blogs I set a goal to walk 50 miles in the last 25 days of November. The scale was not budging so I needed something else to focus on that I would definitely see positive results.

I did it as of today I have logged 50 miles in 25 days. I haven't given up but wanted to record my success. I weighed in today with no loss so it feels good to meet a different goal. The weather continues to cooperate so I hope to get a few more miles before the end of the month. Now I can start thinking about a new goal for December I am thinking about something to do with arm exercises.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • JINJERLY
    Think of the gift you gave your heart!
    4192 days ago
  • TRACI_315
    Good Job Aunt Chris!!! I'm back on track and am looking forward to exercising (kinda, ha ha) with you!
    4193 days ago
  • CBRYAN44
    Way to go Chris! What a great goal - and achieving it's the best! :) Carol
    4197 days ago
  • SANDYASHMEG
    Way to go Chris! I'm really proud of you. Who would have thought a year ago we would be able to do all of that. I'm with you on the plateau, stuck again but your right we just need to set different goals for ourselves. emoticon
    4199 days ago
  • MAEWINGS
    Did you know that you are so AWESOME! emoticon You keep going when things don't work...now that's inspiration! You go girl! emoticon
    4199 days ago
  • SHANFANNIN
    Yeah Baby!!! I am soooooo proud of you!!!!!! Way to go!
    Shan emoticon
    4200 days ago
  • LVLALWAYS
    Great Job. You are sure to lose with that type of motivation. If the scale wasn't nice to you, why don't you check your inches. I'm sure you lost some there. Maybe even try a smaller outfit to see how it fits.

    Good luck & keep up the good work.
    4200 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.
 

More Blogs by AUNTC321