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last week's, this week's goals

Sunday, February 27, 2011

I did fairly well on last week's goals, but not as well as I wanted to. I started off great, but did worse near the end of the week. Somehow it seems easier to meet my goals on weekdays, when I have to spend most of my day at work. I have so much freedom and unstructured time on the weekends that I tend to waste it rather than do what I need to do. I want to work on how I spend my time on the weekends. I also want to make some kind of visual reminder or record or something to look at daily for my goals. I think that will help me. I am proud of what I did do last week, though. I'm going to stick with the same goals for this week, and I know I will do better! March is going to be a great month!
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  • KEITHA39
    One of the things successful people share is that they have goals. Yep, sometimes they swing and miss, but they're being pulled in the direction of something meaningful. I have so much faith that you're a winner and that you will achieve great success in every aspect of your life. I'm struggling myself some right now, but find inspiration that I can climb the mountain through examples like you.

    Besides, to me, animal lovers are the best. emoticon Gandhi once said, "The greatness of a nation and it's moral progress can be judged by the way it's animals are treated." So, I'll always believe in you.
    3408 days ago
  • SHAWNEDA
    You're doing well then cause the majority of the week you're doing good. You've identified an area for growth so now you're gonna make changes! You ROCK!
    3411 days ago
  • ERICA071678
    Stay positive and keep up the good work! I am the same way, but you will see weekends will get easier.
    3412 days ago
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