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BLC Summer Break Plan

Friday, July 13, 2012

Sadly, BLC19 ends this coming Tuesday. Happily, the Seasonal Accountability Challenge begins on the 25th so there won't be too many days when I'll be accountable to no one but myself. THAT could not end well.
To stay on track over the BLC Break, I intend to:
-post my goals on a monthly basis.
-post my progress on a weekly basis.
-hold myself accountable to my SAC team daily.
-work towards losing these last darn 3 pounds. (interesting fact: I took my emoticon to the vet today and he also has to lose 3 pounds)
-keep running
-keep ST
-start flexibility training (yoga, pilates, tai chi - SOMETHING!)
-CHECK IN WITH MY TEAM ONCE A DAY (or more)


Ok, you know you spend too much time on FB when you try to "tag" people in your blog post.... *sigh*
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  • GAYEMC
    You've got some great goals during the break. I've had a rough week but plan on getting back on track next week with SAC.
    2700 days ago
  • LIZZYP609
    Oh i have no doubt you will do all of these things. Loving your energy Lady!
    2701 days ago
  • PKCTTS
    I too am 3 lbs away from my BLC 19 goal. I trying like crazy to make it happen this week, but it will definitely be gone by the beginning of next round. Looks for some good power yoga - you get the flexibility and balance and work the muscles like crazy all at the same time.


    2705 days ago
  • A-STRONGER-ME
    Always pushing - I LOVE IT!! emoticon
    2705 days ago
  • SRITHI97
    emoticon
    2705 days ago
  • ROUNDTOWNMOM
    Penny, we'll lose those last stubborn pounds together...............one stupid pound at a time!!!! emoticon
    2705 days ago
  • JANEGSN
    Penny have fun in SAC and I will see you on Amazon Warriors break challenges also.
    Persistence will overcome that last 3 lbs.
    2706 days ago
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