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Monday, January 12, 2015

We have been asked to blog about things we were successful at last year if any. If we would change anything this year.

My most successful achievement in 2014 is going from 30 minutes of exercise a day to 50 minutes a day. It wasn't easy but I finally succeeded in the last 3 months to be consistant.

I want to challenge myself to up my exercise minutes to 60 minutes a day consistently. I am not consistant yet but I have managed to reach that goal once this week.

I didn't crack down on my nutrition like wanted to do last year. There were times I was all over the place.

This year I have a plan and I am going to stick to it. So far so good.

These are the two important things I need to work on. I have other goals to reach this year. I am going to take it a little bit at a time.

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  • no profile photo CD14821472
    Success will be yours in 2015 - your determination and focus will make it so!
    Consistency is the key.
    Sheila
    2197 days ago
  • CATHYSFITLIFE
    emoticon emoticon on the progress you made last year! I know it was a tough year for you but you really did great. Going from 30 minutes to 50 minutes is wonderful. The good thing is that you have a plan to keep up with your nutrition goals. I believe you will be successful this year in achieving your goals! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2199 days ago
  • STEPBYSTEP1955
    emoticon on the progress you made last year. You did an awesome job of upping your workout time from 30 minutes to 50 minutes especially given the health issues you were having. Keep up the good job you have been doing, I have no doubt that you will achieve the other goals that you have set for this year, emoticon
    2201 days ago
  • UMBILICAL
    Many things
    2201 days ago
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