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Tuesday, January 01, 2013

I started today with no intentions of making New Years Resolutions or another 'diet plan'. I figured I would eat well, start moving etc - but not make resolutions.
Here I am 10:55 P.M. and I decided to make some commitments to myself.
This past few years since relocating, I have put most of my focus on my family & career. Now I'm ready to re-focus and put more time into me.
I have the resources here to help me be successful. I am successful and confident in my professional life, now I need to focus that energy on my body & health.
- I put the Sparkpeople App on my phone
-I have an App to remind me to drink water each day.
- I am committing to exercising 30 minutes 4 days a week for the month of January.

I decided to set my goal to be 180 pounds by May 1st. Then I will re-evaluate the numbers.
I have felt great and looked damn good at 180.

Here's to 2013!! May it be a year of health wealth love & happiness!! emoticon
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    Goals are fun! LOL Resolutions/goals... whatever you want to call them... just something to look forward to and strive towards. Not at all a bad thing! Good luck with EVERYTHING you do!

    2938 days ago
    Hi Mel. It is so good to 'see' you again. Happy New Year!

    Judy emoticon
    2938 days ago
    Thank you all.

    Timothy, I'm starting out at 211.
    2938 days ago
    Here's to a healthy, happy 2013!!! emoticon
    2939 days ago
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    Let's "git er done" girl! Here's to a wonderful 2013.
    2939 days ago
    Having no idea where you are now, I have no idea how ambitious your goal of 180 by May is. But remember above all else, you are not defined by a number on a machine. Make eating healthy and getting fit your main goal and take the weight loss as it comes.

    Good Luck and Happy New Year.
    2939 days ago
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