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Setting new goals starting today

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Starting today I am setting new weekly goals for myself. While I need to work on many issues in my life, I will instead focus on just three.

Goal # 1 4000 steps daily or more

Goal # 2 Find something to be grateful for daily

Goal # 3 Exercise for 10 minutes or more daily

I believe that if I can accomplish these goals they will start me moving in the right direction.

I've been sitting on the sidelines watching everyone pass me by. Sometimes I think it's just fear that keeps me from taking action. I want more for me so I'm going to start taking steps to transform me to the person I wish to be.

To hold myself accountable, I plan to post my daily results. Wish me luck

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    I can relate to your goals, they sound realistic and doable. They are a good reminder for me as welI, so thanks for posting them. I too sometimes feel that others are "passing me by" but then I realize that this isn't a competition, unless it's with myself. You can totally do this :)
    1845 days ago

    Those are some terrific goals. May I suggest that your "gratitude" goal include writing it down somewhere? Maybe a little notebook? Maybe here on your blog? That makes it more measurable. You could add them to your Spark Goals, and check them off every day.
    1846 days ago
    Great job! I am so proud of you! I will be cheering you on!!!
    1846 days ago
    If you don't mind, I would like to use your goals for myself. I seem to struggle each day your goals are reasonable and approachable. Good for you!!
    1846 days ago
    Very reasonable, attainable goals! I'll be here cheering you on!!
    1846 days ago
    one step at a time,
    take it easy, but take it!
    1846 days ago
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