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Speak Up: What Is Your New Year's Resolution?

Speak Up: What Is Your New Year's Resolution?

The year is almost over, which means not only are we going through all the best things of 2008, but it's also time to start thinking about those New Year's resolutions.


You know I am curious if you guys have any healthy resolutions for 2008, so speak up and share them in the comments section below. No resolution is too big or too small to share. I want to hear them all.

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hellokitty7227 hellokitty7227 7 years
I just want to healthier overall. My goal is to quit smoking haha, that will be tough. Try to exercise and eat healthier. Of course drink less than I do now.
melx melx 7 years
i want to start running, and eat healthier..
wiggle wiggle 7 years
My number one goal above all else is to be more patient with my kids. They are growing up so fast! I want to eat more veggies and less meat too. I would like to do a metric century bike adventure too.
partysugar partysugar 7 years
Well do they have to be Fit related? I definitely need to start working out again to get myself bikini ready for summer.Other than that I want to become friends with more chefs, learn about cheese, and find time to write my novel!
partysugar partysugar 7 years
Well do they have to be Fit related? I definitely need to start working out again to get myself bikini ready for summer. Other than that I want to become friends with more chefs, learn about cheese, and find time to write my novel!
bchicgrl bchicgrl 7 years
Mine would be and I'm determined to keep them. 1. Exercise more and actually stick with it. Now I workout religiously for a few weeks and then fall back into a non workout life. I need to do this, I'm getting married in September. 2. Go away for an overnight or a day trip somewhere at least once a month. 3. Find a better job, or start taking classes for something better.
bchicgrl bchicgrl 7 years
Mine would be and I'm determined to keep them. 1. Exercise more and actually stick with it. Now I workout religiously for a few weeks and then fall back into a non workout life. I need to do this, I'm getting married in September.2. Go away for an overnight or a day trip somewhere at least once a month.3. Find a better job, or start taking classes for something better.
fireside79 fireside79 7 years
Some psychologists believe that the simple fact of writing down the goals you wish to accomplish makes it more likely that you'll achieve them. Want to create an online list for your New Years Resolutions? Join MyJourneylist.com MyJourneyList is a FREE online goal tracking community where you can create a list of all the different things you want to do before you kick the bucket! The best part is you can track your progress and share it with other people while witnessing their journey as well. Give this a shot and join myjourneylist.com today!
fireside79 fireside79 7 years
Some psychologists believe that the simple fact of writing down the goals you wish to accomplish makes it more likely that you'll achieve them. Want to create an online list for your New Years Resolutions? Join MyJourneylist.com MyJourneyList is a FREE online goal tracking community where you can create a list of all the different things you want to do before you kick the bucket! The best part is you can track your progress and share it with other people while witnessing their journey as well.Give this a shot and join myjourneylist.com today!
heatherhas heatherhas 7 years
1. Spend more time at the library and less at the bookstore. 2. Go to bed earlier. 3. Get into MC OCS, with lots of upper body strength.
heatherhas heatherhas 7 years
1. Spend more time at the library and less at the bookstore.2. Go to bed earlier.3. Get into MC OCS, with lots of upper body strength.
Bubblegum2000 Bubblegum2000 7 years
1. Start Pilates (2 or 3 days per week). 2. Stop dieting (because it's frustrating, unealthy, and brings a bad image of the body). 3. Accept myself (because I don't need to lose weight actually, since my IMC is perfectly normal. It's all in my head >_< )
Bubblegum2000 Bubblegum2000 7 years
1. Start Pilates (2 or 3 days per week).2. Stop dieting (because it's frustrating, unealthy, and brings a bad image of the body).3. Accept myself (because I don't need to lose weight actually, since my IMC is perfectly normal. It's all in my head >_< )
mem952 mem952 7 years
1. Take a yoga class at least once a week (they're free at my work so I have no excuse). 2. 5 days a week kept free of cake/chocolate/cookies - then have two 'treat' days. 3. Maintain current exercise (3-5 days per week, running/strength/gym etc) 4. Lose about 10 lbs - this all depends on what I eat and especially see resolution 2 (above).
mem952 mem952 7 years
1. Take a yoga class at least once a week (they're free at my work so I have no excuse).2. 5 days a week kept free of cake/chocolate/cookies - then have two 'treat' days.3. Maintain current exercise (3-5 days per week, running/strength/gym etc)4. Lose about 10 lbs - this all depends on what I eat and especially see resolution 2 (above).
HariboLicorice HariboLicorice 7 years
1. Still be with my current boyfriend by next year because I love him. 2. Lose 10 lbs (the 5 I gained over Christmas and 5 more) 3. Lose the bad attitude about my body. 4. Run a 10K.
HariboLicorice HariboLicorice 7 years
1. Still be with my current boyfriend by next year because I love him. 2. Lose 10 lbs (the 5 I gained over Christmas and 5 more) 3. Lose the bad attitude about my body.4. Run a 10K.
sditullio sditullio 7 years
Also, continue to motivate my kids to stay healthy and exercise all they can. Also, master the jumprope! Now, that's an awesome workout.
sditullio sditullio 7 years
My resolution is to continue this new life I began for myself 16 months ago. I workout 5-6 days a week, and luckily have not had any injuries or illnesses in all that time to keep me from working out. (well, I did have to take 4 days off at Thanksgiving because of a bad cold, but other than that it's been 16 mos. solid!) Continue eating a healthy and balanced diet. I allow for cheats with no guilt! I would like to increase cardio. I'm planning on adding cardio to the days I do yoga or pilates (usually twice a week). Usually I just do yoga or pilates and no cardio, but I have like 12 pounds more to lose and they just don't want to come off, so I was thinking the extra cardio sessions might help.
sditullio sditullio 7 years
My resolution is to continue this new life I began for myself 16 months ago. I workout 5-6 days a week, and luckily have not had any injuries or illnesses in all that time to keep me from working out. (well, I did have to take 4 days off at Thanksgiving because of a bad cold, but other than that it's been 16 mos. solid!) Continue eating a healthy and balanced diet. I allow for cheats with no guilt! I would like to increase cardio. I'm planning on adding cardio to the days I do yoga or pilates (usually twice a week). Usually I just do yoga or pilates and no cardio, but I have like 12 pounds more to lose and they just don't want to come off, so I was thinking the extra cardio sessions might help.
runningesq runningesq 7 years
BECOME AN IRONMAN!! (already registered and SO pumped for IM Cozumel - Nov 09)
joannabanana88 joannabanana88 7 years
I am going to start doing yoga!! I'm also going to stop eating at night.
1apple 1apple 7 years
Continue "not dieting" because in my experience it seems to create low self-esteem and bingeing. I'm at a weight I like so I guess maintain that. One non-fitness-related is to be on time for church each week. We're usually late and it's usually my fault! :0)
ShedItandGetIt ShedItandGetIt 7 years
1. Join a running club and train to run in actual races 2. Commit to strength training and focus on my core 3. Try not to get in food ruts (even healthy ones) and give new recipes a try Also bosworthfan I love the "try something exciting" resolution!! I think I am going to have to do that as well. :)
ShedItandGetIt ShedItandGetIt 7 years
1. Join a running club and train to run in actual races2. Commit to strength training and focus on my core3. Try not to get in food ruts (even healthy ones) and give new recipes a tryAlso bosworthfan I love the "try something exciting" resolution!! I think I am going to have to do that as well. :)
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