Blogs about Goals

Your Journey is your Journey !

Don't compare your journey to someone else's. Not only is it unfair to you to compare, you do not know what they did to get there. With Facebook and Instagram post it is easy to look at the pictures and be envious. We must reel in that self doubt. I know when I went vegan (1.5 years) , I remember seeing all the post about individuals going vegan and losing 30 lbs in 3 months. Even some had lost more and I began to think something was wrong with me because I hadn't lost a pound. But then I had to realize, I do not know their eating habits before.

Small Changes

With the New Year comes new diets, trends and all kind of plans that individual's try to jumpstart their weight loss. However some of these plans and trends require you to change so much of your regular diet that they are not sustainable. By slowing removing or eliminating one bad habit with a healthy habit it is more likely to stick.  Removing a soda habit can help you lose over 15 pounds in one year! This is just the estimate if you only drink one soda a daily.

SMART Resolution

As the New Year begins individuals choose to make resolutions. However by mid February most individual have abandoned their resolutions.

Getting Started

Hi there! I hope you are having a great day. My goal through these posts is to share my journey and knoweldge to help motivate you in reaching your goals. I've never written one of these before so here we go!

Mid-Year Motivation to Keep You Moving Towards Your New Year’s Resolution Fitness Goals

 Believe it or not, we’re coming up on the halfway point of the year pretty soon, which means most people have already forgotten about their New Year’s resolution fitness goals. But if you’re still trudging along, now’s the time to kick things into high gear and focus your eyes on the prize. Here are a few suggestions to keep you motivated:

15-16 weeks Trying. Good Stress.

16-17 Weeks Pregnant Tomorrow Crystal

If you are going with the flow...

If you are going with the flow you're going the wrong way According to recent statistics, only 45% of Americans are getting the minimum recommended amounts of exercise. And those are just the minimums. Everywhere you look, it is still easier to find low quality convenience food than anything of nutritional value and exercise is more often "get it in when you can" rather than a committed item in your schedule. Don't get me wrong.

Remember That New Year's Resolution?

Remember January and all those nifty goals

Read the fine print and there is always fine print

In almost every batch of headlines that come to my inbox, at least one is still related to 'New Years Resolutions.'  I personally have never been a resolution kind of person.  I am not sure what that means.  How does the day January 1st differ from what was a good idea on December 31st?  Or November 20th for that matter?  Nonetheless while many of us are talking about resolutions and goals for the year, here are a few points you may want to consider before jumping into the latest 'fix' -

Setting Smart Goals for the New Year

It's a commonly held idea that most people make some New Year's resolutions, but very few stick with them.  How can we improve our ability to keep our commitments to ourselves? Making a New Year's Resolution is just a seasonal way of saying "Setting a Goal."  Setting and sticking to goals is a very important skill to learn, and there are a few principles you can follow to help them come true: 1.