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12 week challenge

Saturday, October 12, 2013

So a couple of blog entries ago I wrote down just a few things. That is part of my 12 week challenge. The reason that I choose 12 weeks is because there were 12 weeks left in 2013 when I began. Last week, my main goal was to be in the Word every day. I was successful all but one day. That is a success for me!!! This 12 week challenge will be small simple goals so that I can be successful. It is kind of like Dave Ramsey's debt snowball but with habits. I also set the goal to drink more water and track my food. Well, I did great with drinking more water. The tracking my food...not so much. However; I do know that I ate out WAY too much. Right now, I am trying to decide what my main goal should be other than staying in the word for week 2. I do not want to add eating at home or working out yet this week because I am a teacher and we have parent teacher conferences. This means that I have 3 really long days and a recovery day this upcoming week. Any ideas on a small building goal for the week?
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  • HABITATVITALITY
    One thing that I did that really cleared some of the blockages for me was action all the things I had been putting off - some of these jobs were physical jobs such as gardening, sorting out my wardrobe etc. etc. and some were just writing a card to a friend, or making a few calls to friends/family of the course of the week to catch up. Other items were to catch up on my paperwork. I was really surprised of the items that I was actually putting off until I sat and wrote a list and I was honest with myself. I feel so glad that I have covered off a lot of that list and it is really giving me back my energy to move forward.

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    1864 days ago
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