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Supporting Your New Goals

I have to keep reminding myself of why
I started this challenge in the first place.

When starting a new goal, it is important to have a system of support in place. It may hurt to find out that this support does not come from where you expected it to come from. That does not mean you should label that person as unsupportive; he or she just may not be part of your support for that particular goal.

Similarly, support for your health goals won’t always come from the places you’d expect.  All of a sudden, every girls nights out revolves around food and drinks. Date night is dinner and a movie. Emergencies pop up during your workout class. Actually – – these things did NOT change; you did. Family and friends love you – – just the way you are. But, when you decide it’s time for a change, sometimes you have to own and support your own goals. You cannot expect anyone to embrace your goals the way you would. That is a word to the wise and a note to myself. Have a good week!

April Fresh – A Healthy Les 
When: April 16 through August 20, 2012

Daily Affirmation:
My Love For Myself Drives My Desire to Be Healthier.

Daily Goals:
1. at least 15 10 cups of water each day
2. take my Vitamin each day
3. at least 15 Minutes Prayer/Meditation Each Day
4. at least 30 minutes of cardio each day
5. No fast food

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Leslie discovered the power of the pen in the third grade after her family moved to a new school district. Writing became a way to sort out her new surroundings and escape to fantasy landscapes. That child, and voice, has matured into a poet, writer, blogger, journalist, online content creator and editor. Leslie is a social entrepreneur with a demonstrated commitment to community. She is an active community member in Washtenaw County (Michigan) with expertise in social media marketing and content management systems, volunteer coordination and writing and 19 years of experience in the areas of online community management, training, leadership development, and social networking. She is interested in facilitating connection with both community residents and businesses. Through this work, the economy of the community is improved and the organizations are financially successful. Her main mode of advocacy and online community, however, is through writing.

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