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Celebrating My Success Goal Setting

Wednesday, December 29, 2010



I need to reflect on the things that has gotten me to where I am today. And that is setting goals.
SMART
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Realistic
Time-bound

The following things that I will be working on will be:

1. Continue to exercise 30 minutes a day. Increasing until I meet the goal of 60 minutes daily.
You need a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate level physical activity most days of the week to help improve your health.

2.Eat 5-9 servings of fruit and vegetables a day.
they low in calories and fat, but they are also loaded with fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals

3. Make enough time to sleep.
New studies report that women who slept seven or more hours a night were less likely to put on weight than women who didn’t. A lack of sleep may negatively affect the levels of the appetite-controlling hormones, ghrelin and leptin, in the bloodstream, so be sure to schedule 7-8 hours of sleep each night.

This is my plan, have you set goals? And if so please share.



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  • BBGYRL4
    Great goals! emoticon I love how you put the reasoning's under the goals. My goals are pretty similar but I haven't added adequate sleep, now I will though!
    3582 days ago
  • MAMATOBI
    I am trying to stick to (15 days now!) of at least 10 minutes per day....usually more. Right now I am painting and getting ready to move so I can track that. But on the days that I don't I try to at least jog in place or something for 10 mins.
    3585 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2036709
    Make sure you alternate the kinds. Strength 1 day, cardio the next. SP tells us we need days in between on the strength to let our bodies heal.

    Great goals emoticon emoticon
    3585 days ago
  • LINDENSGIRL
    Great goals! emoticon
    3585 days ago
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