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March Goals-Back to the Basics

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

So 2015 didn't really go as planned. Post-partum depression kicked in and kicked my a**. Excuse my language. I reached my weight goal but it wasn't sue to working out. I did start up healthy eating habits but it was also easy to indulge due to all the pumping baby milk. I stopped at the end of November so a few weeks after my son turned one. Once I stopped I focused on relaxing, fixing my budget, spending extra quality time with my daughter and things that fell to the way side due to all the time spent pumping. Don't get me wrong I am glad I didn't and in no way am I deterring people from breastfeeding I just had medical complications that caused me to drain very slowly and each session took 40-60 minutes. I envy those who can do it in 20.

I only wrote two blogs last year on here. AHHH! It was always so helpful to write it down and check in on myself once a week. I loved checking in and making friends on here. So I'm going back to the basics:)


Goals for March
1.) Basic-Drink 10 cups of water a day
2.) Basic-Log into SparkPeople everyday
3.) Wear my pedometer everyday to gage my activity level avg at least 7,000 steps a day by
the end of the month
4.) Organization: Use to-do book again
5.) Organization: Organize bill book/create budget/continue debt reduction
6.) Take measurements and weigh in once a week
7.) Drink a smoothie four times a week for breakfast
8.) Track what I eat 5 days a week

Goals for March
1.) Basic-Drink 10 cups of water a day-I don't think anything is more refreshing than keeping up on water intake:) Why I ever let it slip to the wayside is beyond me. I have been much better since the first of the year but I want to do it EVERYDAY!
2.) Basic-Log into SparkPeople everyday-Goals seem so much more in touch and attainable when you check that accountability each day.
3.) Wear my pedometer everyday to gage my activity level avg at least 7,000 steps a day by
the end of the month I average about 5,000 a day which is only half of what I should so I'd love to step it up slowly so I'm ready for the full swing 10,000 a day come warm spring.
4.) Organization: Use to-do book again
5.) Organization: Organize bill book/create budget/continue debt reduction
6.) Take measurements and weigh in once a week-No time like the present so we'll go with Thursdays so I can start tomorrow
7.) Drink a smoothie four times a week for breakfast-I need to buy some more smoothie cups. I have one left for my Ninja but my husband likes to sneak off with it AND 16 oz just isn't enough space to get all my goodies in:)
8.) Track what I eat 5 days a week

I've been doing these things or trying but I want to get my basic goals down in writing and carry them all out before I add others.
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