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Monday, March 04, 2013

Yesterday I wrote out my March goals and someone said that was a lot of goals and she is right. i looked back over Jan. and Feb. goals and I realized I haven't done very well with them. I think they are good goals and something I can do but I need to break it down even more, so I am going week by week. I am going to concentrate on 1 goal from each group.

Eating Goal:
Track everything I eat Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri. Sat

Exercise Goal:
Exercise 30 minutes 6 times a week Sun, Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri, Sat

Spiritual Goal:
Have a quiet time everyday( 15 minutes a day) Sun, Mon, Wed,Thur, Fri, Sat

Other Goals:
Work on decluttering my desk (5 to 10 minutes a day)Fri, sat

I hope this helps. I feel very motivated right now.
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    Now this sounds like realistic goals, and I know you will do better than you did in January and February. I used to do that too, every year at New Years I'd make dozens of goals for the year and every year I wouldn't accomplish much (sometimes not anything).

    But then I heard this saying "If you chase 2 rabbits, both will get away" and I took it to heart. I realized that I was chasing dozens of rabbits. So last year, I had one resolution: Build my self esteem. And each month I did just 2 things, all month. Then next month (while still doing the 2) I would add 2 more. By the end of the year I had completed 2 dozen tasks!!

    This year, my only goal is to get fit, and I have been faithfully exercising and eating healthy.

    My 5 goals for this 6-week period are:
    1) a blue smoothie and a green one, each day
    2) eat 12 freggies (and the smoothies count towards this)
    3) Sarah Conners pull up workout 3x week
    4) C25K 3x week
    5) study Chinese half an hour each day.

    We can do it!!
    1874 days ago
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