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Goals & Streaks Reset....Ready for 2011!!!

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Happy New Year to all my SparkFriends!

January 1st is here and with that a fresh start! emoticon

I need to track my goals and fitness better this year. I reset all my goals & streaks, weighed-in and ate pretty darn good today. I skipped my afternoon latte, took my vitamins and will be going to bed ON TIME tonight!

One of my goals for this year is to clear out the clutter! Today seemed like a perfect day to get started on that. So I cleaned out the coat closet & 1/2 of catch-all closet. (I'll have to do the rest on a day off this week.) We also took down our Christmas tree and since the Christmas boxes were out I went through those and pulled out items that we no longer use. I have a box & a bag full of stuff to drop off at Goodwill on Monday.

Speaking of Monday...I will have my booty back in the kettlebell gym at 12:00 Monday! It's been almost 3 weeks since I've set foot inside there! I'm anticipating sore muscles come Tuesday. My work schedule for the next couple of weeks gives me plenty of time to make it to kettlebell class, so NO EXCUSES!
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Happy New Year to you all!!! emoticon CHEERS!
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  • no profile photo CD1772548
    Happy New Year Amanda!
    3585 days ago
  • WENDYWITKOSKI
    Happy New Year Amanda!
    I like your goal to clear out the clutter! I need to do some of that too!
    Have fun with those kettleballs!
    emoticon Cheers!
    3586 days ago
  • CHATTYMCPATTI
    Love the goals!! Very similar to mine in fact:) Good luck, you can do it!
    3586 days ago
  • DETERMINED_ME
    That's right, jump start your year with cleaning your house & your body...Way to go!

    That kettlebells sounds like fun, I am still "scared" to try anything like that. I have to get past that and get out to try something new.
    3586 days ago
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