Weekly Goals

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

I think that I am going to start making weekly goals so that I have something to really work for. I plan to set a nutrition, fitness and self love goal. Recently my husband and I have noticed that a lot of the calories we consume come from eating in bed at the end of the day. We usually end up staying awake much later than we should because we aren't tired and then we wake up later than we should. Anyway, my nutrition goal for today until next Tuesday is to try and avoid going out to the kitchen and getting food after we come into our bedroom for the night. If my husband does it then so be it but this night time eating has got to stop. My fitness goal is going to be to get at least 15 minutes of cardio in daily as well as to get in a short strength workout in at least 3x per week. My self love goal for the week is going to sound dumb to some, but my goal is to take a bath or shower every other day. That probably sounds like a dumb goal to many but I have a six month old who just hates it when I leave her side so I'm not able to get clean as much as I would like. If I make this a goal I am hopeful that I will actually achieve it. Life has been pretty hectic lately. I've been having to deal with financial aid at my college and it has been very difficult. I'm having to fill out an appeal form and then hopefully it will be approved so that I am able to continue with school. However I have been applying for jobs just in case it doesn't go through. Then there is the issue of how I am going to get everywhere when I don't have my license and my husband won't teach me how to parallel park to get my license. The struggle is real but hopefully things will get better soon. One can only hope. Hope every one is doing well!! xoxo
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    Good plan. Short range goals build confidence.
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