2012: Week 5 SMART Goals

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

emoticonSMART Goals are: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely emoticon
So I am a couple days late posting this blog but i did have the goals set down on paper Sunday Night!!!!

NUTRITION: Still participating in a church fast, thus, the goal is to consume 1250-1400 calories per day, eat a minimum of 3 f/v and consume at least 8 cups of water per day.

FITNESS: I continue to be restricted on the amount of time I can be on my feet. I want my ankle to be back at 100% sooner rather than later. This week I plan to do the Spark Chair Cardio Exercise Video 5 days(M-F) and the Arm Toning Video 3 days (m/w/f). To increase cardio I plan to do the chair video 2x on Tu & TH, when not doing the arm video!

MOTIVATION: I plan to continue the One Year Bible reading and MUFHH daily devotions and attend the mid-week church service to motivate me for success. I am also planning at least 20 minutes of "Me-time" per day.

SPREAD THE SPARK: Huddle with all my teams at least 3x this week; comment on average of 3 blogs per day, post average of 5 messages per day!

emoticonThis was today's nugget from God wants You to Know:
the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang the best. Do not wait; the time will never be 'just right'. Start where you are, work with whatever is at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.
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    Oh yes! My toolbox is bursting with cool tools to get lots accomplished....but they do nothing unless I pick them up and use them!

    2864 days ago
    emoticon You have made a goal to set your goals and you've done that. It appears you are working on your body, mind and soul. I love that! I especially love your nugget from God wants you to know! Find the joy in your day and keep smiling sunshine. emoticon
    2864 days ago
    Great goals!
    2865 days ago
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