Sunday, May 27, 2012

Okay so June is about to come. I did really good with weekly goals but I think that I am starting to become overwhelmed with so much to remeber to do. I think I will start with monthly goals. Three things
1. I want to walk my dogs every day. I find I burn more calories and feel better if I
start each day with a walk. Nothing too hard but something.
2. I need to drink 8 cups of water each day. I did great at this until my summer
Schedule changed and so now it is hard. To do this I ill have to drink 2 cups of
water before any other beverage if that still doesn't work no alternative
bevarge until daily water is met
3. I want to be able to step on the scale at any time and be under 170. I have
already lost ten pounds and should be proud but I keep pusing. I weight with
Very little clothes and no shoes. I want to be able to go to the health coach and
Weigh in at 160 something.

I'm a little less motivated and really stressed today. I have been planning the local day camp for the girl scouts and it is next week. Also at work we are gearing for summer and taking up the slack and stress my boss isn't. I also have been stressing about medical issues. Which in turn means I am not suppose to be stressed this week. So pplease please june get here soon.
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    I'm sorry I missed this post until now. I wasn't on much this weekend. I hope that you are doing ok and that you aren't too stressed out. I think you're goals for June are great. Why don't you just pretend it's June already and start now? I hope you ahve a great week! emoticon emoticon
    2483 days ago
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    I'm sorry you've been feeling overwhelmed! Sometimes it's best just to step back, take a deep breath, and remember that this is a lifelong opportunity, so it doesn't have to be perfect right away. Hang in there!!
    2486 days ago
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