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Day 1: Revisiting A Goal

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Monday, June 09, 2014

Today is the first day that I will get back to working out. I took some time off because I let my laziness take control of my life. Yes, even those that want to promote a healthier lifestyle falls off course sometimes. This time I want to achieve a goal that has evaded me so much. I want to finish a full round of TurboFire.

This goal seems to always get away from, at least that is until now. I am taking it one day at a time instead of thinking about it in the full 12 weeks period. I am going to change my eating as well so that I can be successful. What good is exercising if I don’t work on cleaning up my eating as well?

Now that it’s summer vacation for my daughter, I can now focus on getting in my exercise and eating healthy as well. I am getting a schedule in place as I will have to take into consideration that I will be going back to school in the fall (yeah!). I make one for the rest of this month and then starting in July, I will change things to fit what I will be doing in fall so that I can get use to the schedule a month in advance. I know I am and I know this should help me with the excuses that I know I will make.

Starting back to school has me revisiting a goal that I have been wanting to achieve since the early beginnings of my weight loss. There are some stairs at my university that I have always wanted to walk up. The picture above doesn’t do them justice. There are A LOT of stairs and I know that if I were to try them now, I would only make it up to the part where there is a bench. I want to get in better shape and attempted them when I finally graduate. I hope to try them next summer.

Okay, now that I have some attainable goals set for myself, now it’s time for me to keep myself on target in reaching them. What good is making goals if I don’t work to achieve it? Time to get focused as this for sure will be the LAST time I will start again. No starting over anymore, time to keep on the course no matter what.
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