One Step @ A Time

Friday, January 20, 2012

OK, so.... I am doing much better this week. I did manage to meet my first goal last week of working out 5 days and this week I have stayed true to that goal as well. I am starting to feel more of a "spark" and... also... I feel my goal weight IS achievable.... as long as I stick with it. It is definitely possible for me to reach my goal THIS YEAR... and that makes me feel excited. I CAN do this on my own.. I CAN be a healthy weight... I CAN DO IT!!!

I have managed to meet my goal for 2 weeks in a row ( working out 5 days a week) so... with that, I am adding on another goal.. a goal which I masted the first 1/2 of my weight loss... WATER.... LOTS OF WATER.... NO OTHER DRINKs... WATER ONLY... I CAN do this. I don't drink anything else usually anyways, except coffee - darn your caffeine deliciousness.... but... b/c it's a diuretic it is not good for working to my water goal b/c I will just have to drink even MORE water. I love water and all but... dang. Anyhow, so, that's my goal for the next two weeks... Working out 5 days a week and meeting my water goal. I'll let you know how I do, then I will add on another goal after that... and another after that and.. pretty soon I will be well on my way!!!! :)
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  • BENNY2284
    I have to push myself to drink water as well. I sometimes think I have a lack of drinking problem. I just forget to drink. When I get onto my drinking water kicks water gets kind of boring.

    Have you though of adding citrus wedges or even some fruit in the bottom to add some flavour to your water. Or what about teas?
    2316 days ago
    •“There’s a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstances permit. When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.” ~Unknown

    2316 days ago
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