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To "Done" List

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

I'm pumped up. I'm ready to go and move on.

This year I'm not making goals, but I do have a To Do list. Same thing? Not to me. A "To Do" list means something I AM going to do this year. Goals have always been abstract things that may or may not happen. "To Do" list means a set plan, things to check off along the way, a journey clearly marked and obtainable. I don't have a big list. I plan to add more throughout the year and let it evolve naturally.

My starter list:

Woggle (walk/jog) a 5K by the end of the year (I want to lose weight before I start running to avoid straining my knees, so I'm pretty leniant with the actual jog part...hopefully I'll be pushing myself and a little woggling won't hurt)
Take a hike/nature walk once a month.
Buy and use another 20 visit pass to the community college gym/pool (I only have 8 visits used for my current card...I've gone a lot more but they've given me a lot of free visits use the rest of visits and use up another whole card!)
Use kettle bells/other strength training 2x a week
More to come :)

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    Excellent! I like the idea of taking hikes once a month. Lovely!

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    1581 days ago
    Excellent idea! I can never seem to set "goals" but I'm killer at the "to-do" list! I like concrete things that I can check off, and I think "goals" are just too wispy. Too easy to ignore or blow off - not enough sense of urgency, maybe. To-do lists do tend to get to-done!
    1966 days ago
    Great goals! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1966 days ago
    Hehe - woggle. I'm so using that term.

    Best of luck on checking off that "to do" list!
    1966 days ago
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