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Refreshed Goals for January

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Hey All!

As you can see with my lack of blogging, I've lost my focus a bit. I kinda lost my Advocare coach as she said she couldn't coach me because I wasn't buying the $500+ program. Don't get me started on that. I joined a different team, that cares about me and helping me to reach my goals.

Anyhow...

I found after losing 10# I stopped there. One of my DS friends is a dietician during the day so I asked her. She actually find three goals that are reasonable, achievable and challenging. Ironically, it took her maybe 20 minutes. She's good.

So my three goals are...

1. 40% carbs / 30% protein / 30% fat

Anyone know how to change macros on the tracker? I've looked and looked and looked and cannot find it. I can change the grams but looking for percentage.

2. Also, I really need to go to the gym and lift something heavy. I kinda fell out with my trainer. So I think I will try to use my last two sessions. Maybe that will get back on base. I think I have availability that might work at the end of the month.

3. Lastly, we eat at our employments (gas station and grocery store) WAY too much so we need to get back into bringing food to work for our waist line and our pocket book. We want to start saving money for a house next summer.

So there we are... my new goals.
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  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Just keep pushing towards your goals, as was said. Bringing your own lunches to work will certainly go a long way towards eating healthier and saving money.

    Wishing you good luck! Do you have hand weights @ home? What about resistance bands? They do a good job of working out the muscles.

    HUGS
    733 days ago
  • 1HAPPYSPIRIT
    Glad you aren't discouraged by Advocare. Keep pushing to your goals!
    733 days ago
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