Goals- we all make them…

W all make the “I want to lose weight’ and ‘I want to eat healthier goals’, and I’m always saying that after a couple days of not eating good. So,  after lots and lots of thought, about life and experiences these are some of the goals that I have decided to work on.

Look ahead and remember that faith is always pointed toward the future.

1.The past is to be learned from but not lived in
Let go of the past.
2. Do not worry about the future.
3. Be where your feet are. Be as present as you can be in the NOW.
You cannot do anything to change the past. It’s done. You have no power over it. Let it go.
4. Stick up for yourself, no matter how uncomfortable it is.
You can learn from the people around you. And with your behavior, you can be an example to them.
5.Find ways to have concentrated me time.- MINDFULNESS!!
join yourself in your head and finding comfort there.
Don’t expect too much of yourself. This particularly is the path to devastation and despair. If you set about your day deciding you’re going to do ten things that day and those ten things would take any normal person thirty-six hours, you’re setting your own self up for failure. And feeling like a failure always sucks.

I also think we should  -Judge Less And Love More… Let this year be the year we choose to love others!!!!  “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” John 13:25

By doing all of the above, we will in return take better care of our bodies. So then we will be exercising and eating healthy!! We will be mindful of what we put in our bodies, and we will just want to move more!

“Feeding the spirit while neglecting the body, which is a temple, usually leads to spiritual dissonance and lowered self-esteem. If you are out of shape, if you are uncomfortable in your own body and can do something about it, then do it!”
Elder Jörg Klebingat

Think sensibly and rationally of what can be achieved in the time you have, and here’s the key: make it your goal to do less than that (so if you do more, you can feel like you’re a superhero).=)

But the bottom line is, to be busy—and the busier the better—to have things to do, workout, bills to pay, errands to run, groceries to buy, projects to accomplish, chores to finish, places to go, people to love, people to meet…is to be alive.
Happy New year!!!!

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Cheryl

Im Cheryl- Im very passionate about Exercise + Nutrition + Health = Wellness!!! Anything and all things that fall under the umbrella of fitness. I have a degree in Exercise Science, and have been living it, studying and having fun with it!!!

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