2010 is going to be GREAT! (The Resolution Blog)

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

This year my goal was to Feel Better. (Goal MET! Yay me!)

In 2010, my overall goal is to FEEL GREAT!!!

-------Healthy Lifestyle Goals-------

emoticon Reach and MAINTAIN my goal weight of 150 lbs.

emoticon Run a 5K all the way through at a 10 minute mile pace. (Earth Day 5K on April 24th --> www.earthday5kchicago.co

emoticon Run my first 10K.

emoticon Do the splits!

-------Other Areas-------

emoticon Try a new recipe each week.

emoticon Write a short story once a month.

emoticon Visit another country.

emoticon Set short-term monthly goals to slowly improve various areas of my life.

-------January Goals-------
Cut out Alcohol for the month with the exception of New Year’s Eve.
1,500 minutes of fitness.
Complete Weeks 3 – 5 of C25K—giving myself room to repeat a week if needed.
Try 4 new recipes.
Clean Out my Spice Drawer, and Replace Expired Ingredients (I just realized that some of my spices are over 5 years old…. DISGUSTING!)
Write my first short story.
Get out of the 160’s!!!
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    Love that you included the "other areas" goals :D yay!
    Good plan!
    3377 days ago
    great goals!! the splits sound rather painful, ha! i feel ya on the spice thing, some of mine are pretty ancient, that is rather gross. hey, if your story is published ya gotta tell us all!! do we get a sneak peek? i'm an avid reader, and i love short stories.

    i am working on my goals, i make mine for my birthday every year...since i usually sleep through the new year they seem to "stick" better if done on my birthday, ha!

    good luck!!
    3394 days ago
    I like your goals and congrats for making 2009 of feeling better

    Wishing you much success in 2010

    3396 days ago
  • JWENZEL723
    i LOVE that you want to learn to do the splits! what a fun goal :)
    3397 days ago
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