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--WEEK 3-----"SNOWY OWLS BSG CHALLENGE"

Friday, January 24, 2014

Resolutions for 2014
They are always so hard to keep---easy to make, but always so hard to keep!! So, I am going to list just a few, hoping I can KEEP these!!
Actually lose from 6-8 lbs. I will work at this one by continuing my tracking of food everyday. It helps me become aware of just how much, or how little I am putting in my mouth. I will only weigh myself once a week, because if I do and gain, then I get disappointed and tend to get depressed, eat more, and tell myself, why not, as it does not help anyway.

To cut down again my smoking. I have successfully in 2013 cut that down to 5 a day. I would like to cut that down again to 2 or 3. I believe that is possible, as I do not enjoy smoking like I used to. In fact, it has gotten to the point where I can smell smoke on someone else, or if I even pass someone who is smoking. For me, that is a good sign, for that is how I was able to quit last time, many years ago.

These are the most important. Along with spending as much time with my Mom. Hopefully I will be able to stick to these resolutions. I will let you know next year!!
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  • BUFFYSMOM2
    Good luck!!! emoticon
    2211 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5575543
    emoticon Both the resolutions and the cutting down smoking. emoticon
    2213 days ago
  • STEPBYSTEP1955
    emoticon that you have chosen to concentrate on a short list of goals and of the two things that are most important to you. emoticon on your decision to quit smoking.

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    2213 days ago
  • CARRENK
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  • no profile photo CD13677188
    emoticon goals! Just emoticon and I have no doubt you'll be able to loose weight. I've cut down on my smoking as well. Since I cleaned the house, there is emoticon in the house. When it's cold, I go out to our building in the back that has a gas heater. So far I'm down to about 5 a day, and when I'm in the house I chew Nicorette.
    I know how important it is to you to spend time with your mom, and I'm sure your visits please her a lot.
    2213 days ago
  • IMLOCOLINDA
    All great goals. Tracking is what I joined SP for and it has been the most valuable of ALL the tools for me. My goal is 4 cigs a day...I've done really well except for 3 of 24 days and then it was only 5. Sounds like you have a great little group of goals and you will succeed!!
    2214 days ago
  • CJWORDPLAY
    You are wise to choose two things that are most important and focus on them. That makes so much sense. I am glad we are here to help each other along the way. emoticon emoticon
    2214 days ago
  • BARBIE176
    A short list of goals is definitely the way to be able to achieve them. You sound so much like me about the weighing and then eating. Stay focused emoticon and I think your statement on the smoking is definitely a good thing. emoticon emoticon
    2214 days ago
  • LOURVA
    I too think it is fantastic having a short list of goals. It's easier to see achievment that way.

    Great job attempting to quit smoking. Wish my hubby would but as Golda Meir would say at my age should I worry..

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    2214 days ago
  • no profile photo CD12499805
    Those are good resolutions because you have some very manageable ones. Smoking is hard to stop so I commend you. emoticon I only weigh myself once a week and that's it. That's enough. Keep up the great work, Barb!! emoticon
    2214 days ago
  • JANTHEBLONDE
    You should be so proud of yourself logging your food! Logging my food is the key for me!
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  • MAYBER
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  • LJOYCE55
    I agree that a short list of goals is easier to achieve than a long list that you can barely keep track of. Congrats on being so smart.
    2214 days ago
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