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July Goals!

Monday, July 09, 2012

I hate making monthly goals. I don't think they change, but just keep going. But this month is my Sparkversary month and I am trying to keep track of more than one thing so it's write it down in order to keep better track.

I always want to start with 1. Keep it perfect!
Sure. Who doesn't want that, but it's not going to happen. I'm not perfect. In fact I'm so far from perfect I shouldn't know that word.

However, I can do this:
1. Learn how to use the food tracker everyday. (that's probably going to be hardest!)
2. lose 5 pounds this month!
3. Continue my exercises on a daily basis.
4. Continue my strength training 3 times a week.
5. Learn how to drink WHITE tea and find BLACK rice.
6. Stretch for my ultimate goal by reaching the smaller goals.

Well - that looks a lot more like something I can do so I'm not feeling like a failure before I start. Now, to print this out and start working on it.

Have a great one everybody!
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    I have realized I do better with short term goals.....the big ones apparently become to overwhelming and I give up. My goal for August to to cut out bread and pasta.......my thyroid issues along with being a borderline diabetic have made me realize I just can't seem to eat these things. So far so good, it's amazing, after the first week, I don't even miss it. LOL YAY. White tea....hmmm, maybe I should try that.
    2111 days ago
    I scaled mine back as well and am trying to make and be satisfied with small changes and goals.
    2145 days ago
    Great goals!
    2146 days ago
    mini goals are the best...
    2146 days ago
  • KERRYG155
    I like white tea. Green tea took some getting used to so I use the flavored ones.
    2146 days ago
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