KITKAT1982

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Time to tweek the plan...

Thursday, September 15, 2011

I'm blogging for purely selfish reasons....Sometimes putting pen to paper helps to set our goals more firmly in our minds.

I have been so motivated lately. I have fine tuned my nutrition. I am eating such a clean diet, and loving it. I feel better from the inside out :) I have come to realize I am flexitarian. Funny I never though of giving myself a label. I have found new sources of inspiration...which is so critical on this journey. Staying motivated has always been one of my struggles.

So now what, a plan for the duration of September.
1) track, finesse and make nutrition key goal.
2) try at least 2 new recipes a week
3) 10K 5 days per week
4) strength train 4-5 days per week
5) get more water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So there it is. Written, now witnessed (if you read this :))

Warm wishes and continued success to you all.
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  • no profile photo CD6324333
    Best of luck with your goals. I know it does help to see them written down. I have to learn to print mine and post them on my fridge and next to the computer to help as daily reminders also. You can and will do it!!
    3319 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/20/2011 9:32:48 AM
  • JEWELRYLOVER
    Flexitarian--interesting! Love the way you put everything down for yourself. Putting it out there for others to see helps with the motivation/accountability. Good luck with those goals, girl! You can do it!! Any support or encouragement I can give, just let me know. Added you as a friend today. Thanks for reading my blog/rant. I will know exactly what my new schedule will be. The boss said yes, but she has to work a few things out first. I am SO THRILLED!!! Oh yeah, scared somewhat as well.

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    3320 days ago
  • MOLLIEMAC
    emoticon emoticon emoticon You go girl!
    3324 days ago
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