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2017 Goals, Not Resolutions

Tuesday, January 03, 2017

I have refused to make New Year's resolutions for years! My most successful weight loss effort was started in July, well past the start of the new year! I've maintained a 100 pound loss since that effort. Needless to say I still need to lose some more to reach a healthy BMI. I have read many Blogs about resolutions and goals and have been inspired! 2016 I just drifted through life. I don't want to drift through 2017. I need some goals!!!

1. Reach and maintain a healthy BMI. Very do able if I stay on track and don't let one bad food turn into several.

2. Seriously look into No S diet plan or addictive food solutions. I watched the cycle happen and it needs to stop.

3. Establish an ST program. Stop using my neck and shoulder issues as an excuse to do NO ST at all. There are other areas that need work.

4. Continue my walking. With no binges, the walking will do more than just help me maintain.

5. Read at least 1 book a month. I have the time, I just let other activities fill up that time.
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  • GLMOM2
    Great goals for 2017! You can do it!! emoticon
    1275 days ago
  • RETIREESMITH
    I wish you much success in continuing your program.
    1275 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14895051
    Very commendable goals. If you're having trouble with addictive foods, you may want to look into "The Obesity Code" by Jason Fung (also loads of free YouTube videos available). I've found his ideas about blood sugar and insulin very helpful in determining what and when to eat.
    1275 days ago
  • BARBARAJ73
    We share a few of the same goals. Onward - emoticon
    1276 days ago
  • JEAN8HAIR
    Sounds like a great plan, keep going !
    1276 days ago
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