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Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Did you realize this applies to nearly EVERYTHING?!?!?

Like, you have junk food on the countertops. It's there, so you must conquer it. You put it away, maybe even behind things in the pantry, and you can more easily put it out of your mind.

Goals. Let's say you don't have any. Gee, it's easy enough to get swirled away in the regular tasks of living day to day. But if you put them out there to see, you will be more willing to pay attention to them and take care of them.

Last week I didn't set a goal. And I didn't do a thing to help myself get healthy. It was a gift of a week that I ultimately just spat on. That wasn't very nice of me.

So this week the goal is to track my food. I am doing this through my phone's app, and I am letting you know on my home page whether I've done it or not. And I'm also saying whether I stayed within or went over in my calorie goal.

Gotta set those goals and keep them in sight so they stay IN MIND!!!

Peace Out,
AndreaG89
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  • 68ANNE
    I so needed this blog this week, thank you!
    1758 days ago
  • KAREN608
    I so love tracking , it is so helpful for me to realize how choices are so important. I have my snacks and DH has his. He likes things out but I am putting together a cabinet I just ordered to hide the snacks whether he likes it or not. Doors on cabinets are really handy.
    1758 days ago
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    Excellent advice, I will take you up on it!
    1760 days ago
  • LOTUSBURGER
    Good advice!
    1760 days ago
  • KONRAD695
    Great idea. If you don't check in, you're going to hear it, OK. I'll be nice, but you get what I'm saying. Love you Honey, I'm here to try and help. emoticon
    1760 days ago
  • OFFICECHIK
    Keep moving forward. emoticon
    1760 days ago
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