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Goals for BLC19 and Beyond

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Been thinking about what this would be for a few days now. As I am in maintenance mode, I don't want to loose anymore weight, etc.

1. Remain in my maintenance range around 116 to 120.
2. Tone up my abs and glutes primarily. (Will be trying a crunch/situp challenge and for now doing the Official Spring Into Shape bootcamp challenge and doing a pushup challenge. So hopefully that will help me get my strength training in, as that is an area of problem for me.)
3. Sign up for a 5K or 10K timed race for sometime this summer.
4. Keep doing occasional virtual 5Ks and 10Ks to try and improve my times.
5. Continuing to add on to my once a week long bike ride. (So far I am up to 17.4 miles in 87 minutes.)

Nonexercise related goals
1. Try to continue to be active in the 5% challenge team, the BLC19 team and the Virtual Racing team.
2. Try to continue being active with online coupon group and with coupon blog.
3. Get more comfortable at my new job and get to know members of the congregation.
4. Find ways to engage/communicate with Zach and let him know he is a good kid and that I love him.
5. Try a new recipe once a month.

I think if I add anymore, I will be overdoing it, but would like to work on getting more comfortable playing piano near Mark, my hubby, and Zach, my son.
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    Oh how I long for the day when I'm in Maintenance Mode! Good job! You sound like your are on a successful path!
    2548 days ago
    I like the way you included goals that are related to the total you and your family. Good goals.
    2551 days ago
    I think you can do top five easily and I think you will TRY to do the next five to the best of your ability.
    Second #4 is so important, son's need to communicate with their mom's, it becomes a close special relationship as the son becomes an adult and you know he still needs to communicate with you. (not every single thing, but a lot) it so so SPECIAL!

    As a young teen, going the same place, they tend to go faster or slower for purpose, they want to make contact with you once there, when their ready to, not when you want them to, but if on a time schedule, just have a place and time and consequence if not there.

    Punctuality, was the easiest thing I taught my children and it benefits them now, so much at 35/40/45, their on time for work and their on time to pick up mom or I get a phone call, if delayed (like I was stopped by a train)lol.
    2551 days ago
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