BLC #15 (Wave Runners) - August MUB

Sunday, August 05, 2012

~ Get into Onederland, or @ least within 10 lbs of it (bet 199-209 lbs)

~Go on @ least 2 WOGs (walk/jog) per wk, preferably outdoors

~ Take @ least 1 spin class a wk.

~Swim @ least 2x a wk

~Don't have more than 10 cheat meals per week & watch yr portions! And keep yr late meals light & not too late ;)

~ Drum up new business, help some families! Organize, strategize, prioritize!

~Have better discipline, stop procrastinating important daily tasks! Also, be on time for everything, or no more than 15 mins late.

~ The foundation: Be in bed for the night by 2am, no excuses, 'nuff said!!!

~ Seal the deal on a daycare/preschool for the lil one. Get the potty training back up to speed?


(Yea, I know it's a lot of the same stuff, but it's basically recurring issues that I needed to work on...)
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    I love how you get past the goal on this one:

    ~"Have better discipline, stop procrastinating important daily tasks! Also, be on time for everything, or no more than 15 mins late."

    I think this is a big one I have a problem with too. I am either too early or very late, but it's usually because of someone else. But I love the way you say "be on time", then "or no more than 15 minutes late". I love it! It lets you out of the goal altogether!
    3201 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    I understand the need to continue working on the same recurring issues. I have some of the same types of challenges. Love the way you think it out and stay accountable.
    3201 days ago
    Maybe this will be the month when everything falls into place. Good luck!
    3202 days ago
    I hope August is filled with many wonderful days for you! Woohooo ONEderland here you come!
    3203 days ago


    Have a fantastic rest of the day!
    Melinda (gopintos)
    Dr. Oz Show Fans Team
    3203 days ago
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    Procrastination is such a hard one! What do you do to help stop procrastinating? I found that I often over estimate the time it will take to get that yucky job done and if I break it down into smaller increments it totally helps. For example, today I need to pay the bills (something I've been procrastinating on for 5 days because "it takes so long"). But when I break it down, it's actually not so bad. It starts with 2 minutes to gather my things for banking, then 3 minutes to gather my once off payments for new things, then 5 minutes to put it all in the computer. Let's add 5 or 6 minutes for my slow internet connection and within 10-15 minutes I'll be done. Once I'm done, I can do something fun. It helps me :) I better go pay those bills now while I am at it :)
    3203 days ago
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