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  1. Sandy

    I don’t set goals often enough. I am a creature of habit and I get into a routine and just keep doing the same things. I am setting a couple of goals for April-
    Physique 57 challenge – 6 days per week
    Give up Diet Coke (6 days so far so I’m feeling pretty successful)
    Count my calories and journal

  2. One of my goals for 2011 (yes, I set goals) was to try one new recipe per week. I have succeeded most weeks so far. My most recent one was a big hit – Coconut Curried Lentils with Basmati Rice (I used brown basmati). It’s one of those recipes that’s even better the second day.

    • I know! I think it’s the multi-tasker in us, which is exactly WHY we probably need to meditate! I also think that’s it’s easy for me to slide it to the back burner since it’s like the anti-activity.

  3. I always ALWAYS make my clients set goals, but I rarely set them for myself. You have inspired me to do so. I think it will help with motivation and give me that awesome warm fuzzy feeling when i succeed.

    • Goal setting is not new for me but actually accomplishing my goals IS a new thing. I used to set goals and then forget that I set them the next day, the blog has definitely helped keep me accountable to myself. You’re right, achieving them feels great!

    • Thank you, this was just what I needed to read right now because I am tired and don’t feel like doing anything! I will feel better if I walk even just a mile or two and it will move me closer to my GOAL! 🙂

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