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SIS: Revisiting my goals

Saturday, April 17, 2010

I'm in a challange SIS (Spring into Summer) and on 3/21/10 we had to make two goals and my two goals for the challenge was:

1. Go to Zumba 2 times a week!

2. Stay on track with my food 6 of 7 days.

I have to revisit them this week for our challenge and I'm sad to say I've failed at both of them. So I'm recommiting myself this week but I'm changing number 1 a little:

1. Do some type of exercise 4 times a week. This way its not so specific, but I'm hoping Zumba is part of that 4 times.

2. Stay on track with food 6 of 7 days.

I will need my Spark Friends and team members support on reaching these goals!

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  • RAVEN227
    I am rooting for you...revisiting your goals was good thing! emoticon
    4056 days ago
  • MARGOMANIAC
    Way to go for editing your goals to make them more user friendly...you being the user. This may be the ticket you need to stay committed. All the best in attaining your goals.
    Margo
    Wave Runners
    4056 days ago
  • SM-ARTGIRL
    I have been a little slow to respond Kerri-Ann, but I reckon you are moving in the right direction with how you have re-framed your goals. I agree with Glitterspark.
    Consistency is a cornerstone to success, and you are being consistent!
    I am finding this team challenge great for keeping me accountable to my goals and adjusting how I achieve them as I need to is ok too!
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    4074 days ago
  • LIBERTYGIRLFLA
    You have our 100% support! Thanks for coming to RFL this weekend. It was fantastic to see you and your hubby.

    Keep on posting and blogging. We're here!
    4080 days ago
  • GLITTERSPARK
    Hey, you haven't failed on your goals! You only fail if you give up and abandon them. As long as you are working toward your goals you are moving forward and making progress!

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    4081 days ago
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