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2nd Half of February Goals/January Review

Monday, February 17, 2014

2nd Half of February Goals:
-Complete 600 exercise minutes.
-Actively participate in the WIO Randomness Challenge.
-Start my paper for class.
-Start to plan Lorelei’s 1st birthday party.

January Review:
-600 exercise minutes – kicked this one in the face. I exercised 1,037 minutes!
-4 kettle bell workouts – this didn’t happen. I could spout excuses as to why, but I really just neglected this one. At this time I am not great about incorporating strength work outs.
-Eat within calorie range – ??? I did not track my food on most days. It is such a helpful tool; I really need to make a habit of using it. My guess is I did a fair amount of over eating, but I am improving.
-Pop only on weekends – FAIL! I am addicted! I think I am going to have to go back to no pop. It seems that once it is in my system that is all I want to drink.
-Hit snooze no more than twice – Still getting up too late. I need to set an alarm clock on the other side of the house. Maybe that would get and keep me out of bed.
-Get to work on time – FAIL! I am lucky I have such a nice boss and a job that doesn’t require I be there on time or I would probably be fired. I really need to work on this one.
-Actively participate in WIO Randomness Challenge. – I did good on this one until I got sick at the end of the month. I think I missed the last five days or so.
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    Hah, "kicked this one in the face." Great way to put it! Congrats on that one! And enjoy planning Lorelei's birthday. Hard to believe that's coming soon--but mine is six months old so time does just keep going!
    1884 days ago
    You can reach your goals!! I MISS YOU.
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