Goals with meaning

I don’t know about any of you but I’ve started and stopped many diets (including the 21 day fix) and exercise routines over the years. I recently came to the conclusion that I’m a self sabotager, for all intents and purposes. I never wanted to think past looking better. Who doesn’t want to look better? Sadly, I never had real reasons to want to stick with it. To want to make those hard life changes. I mean, I didn’t put the weight on in a week. Why would I expect it to all come off in a week? I’m also well aware that I’m not alone in this situation.

The other day I was talking with a friend and I said “I work hard to be this overweight” and that really stuck. I do work out, usually 5 – 6 days a week, but the scale won’t budge. I’ve known for a while that the issue is with my diet. Seriously, who wants to stop eating the deliciously bad for you things! I’m someone who works really well with accountability. So, I decided to take the plunge and become a Beachbody coach. That meant looking hard at what I wanted, so here goes…

The real reasons I want to make it work this time:

1. I want to be able to fit into my wedding ring again. It’s been about a year since I’ve been able to wear it and I hate that.

2. I want to run without pain and get faster.

3. I want to complete my first half ironman and do well

This time I plan to get better and complete each goal one at a time. I’m excited to say that I’m done week one of my commitment to 21 day fix and I’m down 3 pounds. Now onto 5lbs and hopefully a completed goal 1!!

Stay tuned!!

What are your goals with meaning and how are you finding them??? I’d love to know what motivates you!


You can also follow me on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TriandTrue

And on instagram (I’m loving instagram these days) – https://instagram.com/kt4185/

Published by Kim Teter

I am a 35 year old living in Maryland. I'm trying to find a balance between a healthy lifestyle and actually having a life.

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