Setting and Keeping Realistic Goals

January 21, 2016


Who among us hasn't set big goalson January Second, and neglected them for most of the rest of the year. This year, I have resolved to set manageble goals and stick with them.


I am not resolving to lose, or gain weight. I am, however, making a resolution to make better choices with my food one meal at a time. I am not resolving to work out an hour a day, seven days a week. I just don't have that kind of time. I am resolving to move more, to take classes when I can, and to walk on the beach at least once a week. I also resolve NOT to beat myself up should I fall off the "goal wagon" here and there.


Rather, I shall start each day looking forward, and lifting myself up. If I miss one day, I'll walk a few extra minutes when I go for my beach walk. If it's rainy and I don't want to get wet, perhaps I will go for a stroll at the Mall.  When I go to the grocery store, I will park my car at the end of the lot, and take an extra lap or two in the grocery store.


I know it may sound  like I am thinking small, but it's not like I can't make new goals periodically. My friend,Durgaya Palmieri - is the Owner of Sebastian Yoga, and I have also made a reaolution to get over to her place and take more Yoga classes.


I have a few other goals for this year as well. The main point is this. Life can get overwhleming when you own a business, my resolutions this year are to live a life with more fune, less stress, and still acheive my goals.


Happy New Year!

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