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12/3/17 10:54 P

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Above are a couple of links to articles on setting goals for a healthy lifestyle.
Yes you should set specific achieveable goals and make committments to yourself that your resolve is for a healthy quality life.
It worked for me to make substitutions with the idea that if I could have tastes for not so healthy things I could/and would make new healthy habits and cultivate a taste for whole unprocessed non-gmo food. Colorful and organic are my favorites.
The picture above I make an effort to include everyday.
Being healthy has so many rewards. Go for it Cafer_Yalakkaya!! emoticon

Edited by: REBCCA at: 12/3/2017 (22:55)
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12/3/17 4:59 A

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Many thanks for your kind answer :)

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12/2/17 3:05 P

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If you aren't sure, just start focusing on five to ten pounds at a time and then reevaluating as necessary.

-google first. ask questions later.

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12/2/17 2:48 P

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I am new here :) I just started my a diet and daily routine exercises. I do not clearly determined my goal for 1 year later, do i have to determine a goal. Is it beneficial for me. If yes, what kind of goal it should be. Many thanks

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