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February Goals

Monday, February 01, 2016

The year hasn’t started off as well as I wanted it to. I was on vacation for 2 weeks in January, so the healthy eating plan didn’t really happen. I exercised almost daily, though, so that was good. I am back to setting goals and working toward daily healthy habits. So, for the month of February, I have set 2 very simple goals:

Track food daily. NO MATTER WHAT!! I tend to skip tracking when I eat off my plan or make unhealthy choices. I am going to track EVERYTHING and see what I am actually putting in my mouth. It doesn’t matter if I know the exact calorie count or not. I will measure and weigh when I can and use the database values for things I’m not sure of. This will enable me to get a true picture of how much I am eating and look at where I need to make changes.

Exercise at least 10 minutes daily. I HAVE to keep moving! It doesn’t matter if I can’t get in a vigorous workout every single day, but I MUST develop the habit of daily exercise again. I will try to get more than 10 minutes, but that is the minimum. NO EXCUSES!!

I am getting back to basics to make healthy habits again. It isn’t particularly about losing weight, but a few pounds down would be a bonus!

Aside from these health-related goals, I also have a few “projects” that I want to work on this month:

Clean out laundry room
Pack up David’s room
Print pictures from Maui and put in album
Finish at least 3 books
Start file with pictures for photo book for Kenzie’s graduation
Pantry Challenge (Cleaning out the pantry and freezer for meals this month)

Here’s to a FABULOUS February!!
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    1999 days ago
    So good to see you back around regularly. Looks like a very doable plan. Keep pushing forward.
    1999 days ago
    I wish you success in your goals.
    1999 days ago
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