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Reset Day

Friday, January 01, 2021

I hereby declare January 1st . . . RESET DAY!!

I found myself today reviewing my Spark Streak goals and resetting the consistency button because seriously, who wants to start the new year with a “drink 8 glasses of water” consistency of just 14%? Or not “drinking pop/soda” consistency of 75%? For just one day, I want my goals to be 100% emoticon

I realized my RESET this January 1 was different than previous years. Instead of resetting goals and consistency to start over (again), I was resetting to CONTINUE my weight loss journey and align them with Spark Challenges I have committed to in 2021.

Going the Distance in 2021 - can’t get 2021 miles at 5000 steps/day. Do you know how hard it is for a person with a desk job and 70 minute commute to get 5000 steps per day, let alone 10,000 steps or 5 miles/day? I will have to make some adjustments to my day, but I’m up to the challenge!

Winter 5% Weight Loss Challenge - I took part in my first 5% challenge this Fall and OMG for the first time in years I stuck with an 8 week program losing 12#. Didn’t make my 5% loss goal but I really just needed a kick start and that’s what I got!



So no matter how you find yourself “reseting” today - starting you journey, starting over on your journey, or continuing your journey - congratulations (and Thank You) for celebrating RESET DAY with me!!

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  • MOLLIEMAC
    I challenge you to get more steps in every day Marilyn, you can do it!!! Start small and see if by the end of January you are up to 6000 everyday. emoticon And keep working on the water :) emoticon
    135 days ago
  • HEATHERDAWN55
    Im getting excited for it. Great blog, thanks for the encouragement.
    135 days ago
  • BIGRENTMAN
    Looks like you got a plan Together we all can do this
    135 days ago
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