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Goal check!

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

I missed this on we'll do a mid-week goal check instead of skipping a week! (better late than never ... right??) emoticon

WEEK 2 GOALS were:
1. Eat breakfast every day BEFORE 8 am. ---- emoticon I did eat breakfast every day, but NOT before 8 am.

2. Cook dinner 4 times a week. (does heating up leftovers count?!??!) ---- I did NOT meet this goal. Last week we ate out more than we ate at home. :(

3. Lose 2 pounds. emoticon

4. log at least 3000 steps a day with activity tracker. ---- I did NOT meet this goal. I logged less than 3000 three days last week. But always logged more than 2000.

5. Do some kind of formal exercise twice this week. ---- I did NOT meet this goal. I did ONE formal exercise session.

6. Log into sparkpeople every day. emoticon


1. Eat breakfast EVERY DAY. (before 10 am)

2. Do TWO form sessions of exercise this week (20-30 min.)

3. Log into SparkPeople every day!

4. Lose 2 pounds!

5. Cook 5 times this week (I am on track for this as I have cooked Sun/Mon/Tues already!!)

6. eat lunch every day!

I have noticed that lunch, more than breakfast, is a problem for me. Sometimes, it's 3pm and I think, oh, I didn't eat lunch today that's why my stomach is gnawing on itself. So, that is a focus for me this week.

Also, moving. I have little motivation to move this week for some reason. So, I need to step it up!!
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    Thanks!! if I can't be honest with myself, who CAN i be honest with right? :)

    2599 days ago
    Good for you for doing your goal check in even if it was late. It still helps keep you accountable.

    Also, good for you for fessing up to the times you didn't meet the goal and, instead of giving up, trying again or adjusting the goal to something more realistic for you.

    Good for you all around.
    2599 days ago
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