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April Goals:

Monday, April 04, 2011

Starting just a little late but I'll still consider this the beginning of the month. Today is my first day back to work after taking off to prepare and do a garage sale. The garage sale was successful. I made over $425 and what I didn't sell was hauled off to Good Will.

I have decided that today is the first day of the week and the day I am going to log everything I eat for an entire two weeks. I have always done pretty good about logging except for weekends. My goal is to stay with it throughout the weekends so that I can reach my goals.

I will exercise every work day during my lunch period and go to the gym as often as possible. My daughter started track and her first meet is tomorrow so I will miss the class I usually attend on Tuesday nights. She is a Junior and soon, there will be no activities to attend so I plan to attend all I can.

April Goals:

Drink minimum of 10 - 8 oz glasses of water every day
Consume minimum of 3 servings of fruit each day
Consume minimum of 3 servings of vegetables each day
Keep entire intake within recommended ranges each day
Exercise minimum of 30 minutes each day
Get at least 7 hours sleep every day

I know that if I can stick to these small goals for an entire month, then I can slowly add more in May and gradually more as each becomes a normal habit.
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    Sounds like you have a great plan for the month! Keep up the good work and let us know how it is going!! My biggest challenge-drinking that much water!! I have improved a great deal but not there yet!

    Stay focused and good luck!!

    3616 days ago
    Great goals! Stick with them and you'll be amazed at how the little things add up!
    3616 days ago
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