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Tuesday, April 18, 2006 

How to Set a Goal when It Comes to Weight Loss

One of the most important parts of the entire process of loosing weight is setting goals. You need to set a target weight, a fitness goal and a goal for each week.

Always create a plan. You must know what you are doing and if you have a plan then it’s easier to stick to it.

Set one goal at a time. For example, this week you can choose to achieve the goal of drinking 8 cup of 8oz a water a day (at least). Being able to do this will boost your confidence for the next goals.

Write down your goal and be specific about it (i.e This week I need to drink 8 cups of 8 oz of water a day!).

Don’t be cruel to yourself. You might not manage to achieve your goal in the first day (well, neither did I, I had to buy a bottle of water and keep it near the computer in order to drink that much amount).

Track your progress. Write down in a journal how much water you drank each day. Do something funny like using stickers for each cup.

Find a “buddy”. Find someone you can share your goal with and keep track of it together.

I am proud to say I managed to stick to my goals the other day. What about you?


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