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My New Year Goals

Friday, January 01, 2010

emoticonI will celebrate my first year here at Spark, and yet I have not met any of my goals. That is OK, because I have met many new friends along the way.

This year will be different as I have new goals. I am going to focus on fitness this year and everything else will follow.

I have taken my new measurements and have recorded them. I will update them once a month.

I put up a new and honest weight tracker to reflect where I am starting now.

I joined the Spark Body Challenge and am hoping to let that guide me into the new year and to experience a success. I have not completed a challenge that I started. No more of that!

emoticon With my Spark book in hand and Spark buddies and family (literally) by my side, I plan on being very successful and you will all get to follow me on my journey too!
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    Now THIS is going to be a good year for you, Christie! I see maturity coming through...and that's a GOOD THING :0)..
    I'll be praying for your success...
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    4128 days ago
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    You motivate me sis. I'm going to take my measurements now. I've never done that before but it is REALITY that you can't ignore. Keep up the good work -and I'm sorry I sent you all those cookies for Christmas :(
    4128 days ago
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    Good for you. I signed up for the Bootcamp too. I have not received my book yet. I need more of a challenge so that's why I signed up. We will do great!! Here's to a healthier 2010.
    4129 days ago
    This is my first new year at SP, too. I got my book a couple days ago and read the first chapter. I'm looking forward to meeting my goals for this year and feeling better, healthier and more energized!
    Good luck to you!

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    4129 days ago
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