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Preparing For The New Year...

Monday, December 30, 2013

Ok I've been sitting at the computer off and on just about all day, Going over what I would like to change, challenge or just try to do for myself as the new year approches. Being my job is still the same and I can't plan my day like most, I have decided to just do what works for me. I'm the one that the saying doesn't apply to (one size fit all). It has been so hard trying to find the help that I need. However being apart of a team and having buddies does seem to keep me interested in what I could do, to help myself meet whatever challenge/goal I set out to do, So I came up with a plan.

Starting the New Year with January. All this month I will work at meeting my goals in hope to master them. These are things that I should be doing anyway but has failed to stay with them.

They are:
(1) Stay within my daily calorie intake range
(2) Reenforce that 10 mins a day exercise( I will do whatever has me moving)...
(3)Getting in more water (adding 12 more oz).

I don't want to over do anything by adding stuff I know will be to hard to stick with. I will try these three and hold onto the hope of sticking to them.
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  • MONANW
    Love your goals. You can do this! We are so glad to have you on the Buddy System! We are all here for each other. Together we can do this :)
    1752 days ago
  • KYLIECAT1
    Great choices !!! and very doable ! I know exactly what you mean ! I have a crazy job myself , Working at a Ski area means split shifts , working weekends when everyone else is off , Working holidays when everyone else is off .and having off when everyone else is working ! lol. emoticon You are very wise to tailor your goals to your lifestyle ! It took me a while to learn that !
    1753 days ago
  • ARNETTELEE
    You can do it! Happy new year!
    1753 days ago
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