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Friday, January 13, 2012

Well I have a couple of workout goals I would like to set for myself. I want to do two 5k walks and one 10k walk here I my city this year. I feel I can do it! Yes I can! One of the walks is the Liver Walk. I've done the Liver Walk once before Years ago. It was to support for liver disease since my child was born with a liver disease and has received her first transplant in 2009 I want to do the liver walk in support of not just my child everyone that has or have a family member or friend that have a liver disease.

I'm pushing to do a 5k in May been looking online to find one in my area and see what it is that their supporting. Then the Liver Walk is in July and looking to do the 10k in September or October. So there you have it I have my goals set and pushing to complete my goals. I feel this is something to keep me motivated in to keep going. To have something to shoot for. Wish me luck!

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  • LOJACK73
    Awesome goals! I think it is wonderful that you are supporting a foundation that has your daughter in mind. Your first 5K is going to seem long but just remember - one foot in front of the other. And take a water bottle with you. Stay hydrated to fight off fatigue. I walked my first 5K last year in August! I plan to run that same 5K this year. I know you can do it! Keep up the PUSH to achieve your goals!
    3482 days ago
  • MOMMY2MORE2012
    Wow great goals!! Those should keep you going and your motivation up. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog :) I think guilt is one of the hardest things about taking time for ourselves..and one of the easiest excuses. I'm working really hard to try to not buy into that excuse!

    We CAN do this!!
    3483 days ago
    I think that is wonderful. I just signed up for my first 5K and I am am so scared. I know that We can do it.
    3483 days ago
  • RHILL4455
    Just stoppin by to wish you good luck on your goals!! You can do it!
    3483 days ago
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