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Second new mini goal!

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Okay so I am now four weeks at 60 kg (132.3 pd). I need a new mini goal to work towards. As I return to work for a new year (I'm a teacher in Australia, our school year follows the calendar year!). Last year I walked every day for at least 15 minutes. This year I'm going to increase that by 5 minutes a day. So my new mini goal is to walk at least 20 minutes each day at work, I can do this either at recess, lunch or after school or before school if I get there early enough! I'll also do the same at home. That is days I'm at home I'll add 5 minutes to my 15 minutes either weeding or cleaning. So, I'll either weed or clean for 20 mins the days I'm home.
Last year when I did this I found I did a lot more weeding than cleaning! I wonder if it will be the same this year!!!
Wow! I can hardly believe how organized I feel. Now the hard work of keeping it going begins! I need to put into practise "whether you think you can or can't, your always right". Much more of the "can" than "can't" is the go for me......
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    You absolutely CAN do it! Celebrate the day! Hope you have a great Sunday! Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon
    1535 days ago
    well done. holidays are at an end worst luck. adding 5 mins on your time is a great goal and I know you can do it. Have a great Australia Day and I am looking forward to hearing how you add that 5 mins. I do a lot of steps at lunch time on the playground and that all adds up. emoticon
    1540 days ago
    When I see your plan, I think wow 5 minutes added to 15 is a 33 1/3 % increase and that's terrific.

    That's exactly how we progress to and stay at our goal. Hang in there!

    1540 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/24/2017 5:26:12 PM
    You CAN do it!
    1540 days ago
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