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Goals - in flux

Sunday, March 10, 2013

I seem to set goals frequently and achieve them. I am a firm believer in small changes on a regular basis. Right now I working on getting to feel better. My dietitian and trainer are helping me achieve best results.

My dietitian and I hope to create meal plans for the combination of renal failure, diabetes, and anti-inflammation illnesses. I need to cook for my husband and me. Cooking fresh and organic takes some time and care. We have a workable solution in the test phase now. I have about 100 recipes that we are willing to eat. I have some special things for me; Bob has his share. Our next big goal is to stay true to these plans. The nutrition tracker is awesome for my accountability.

My trainer has guided me for almost 5 years. I had just shed my two canes about 3 months prior to working with her. We set small goals and then moved forward. I do kickboxing, cycle, hike, and zumba. I do 5K walks and jogs. I am working on hiking trails in our area.

My golf pro wants me to have no more than 2 putts per hole. He wants me to lower my score by 5 strokes. I am to work up to doing 18 holes by July 1st.

I was a former math teacher and tech director. I took a minor in statistics with my doctorate. Guess that is why I like measurables!
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  • KERRYG155
    Ahh, that's why you're so good at setting goals and meeting them! or that goal setting is why you're so good in math. I think the two go together. I on the other hand am just a mixed up mess. Love the golf goal-I used to do miniature golf but was never able to get the regular game. though my dad won many tournaments in the Lincoln are (Nebraska) as well as my oldest brother and his son. I know you will reach that putting goal soon.
    1898 days ago
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