2015 Goals – First Quarter Review

Since today is the last day of the month and the first quarter, I thought it would be a great time to review my 2015 goals.

2015 Goals

Happy New Year 2015

Yoga at least 1 – 2x per month – Sadly, I did not make it to yoga any during March. Not on Saturdays or Thursdays. I will definitely need to remedy that during April. However, I surpassed this goal in January and February, so I am still considering it on track for the year.

Walk an average of one 5K per month – Three months in and I have done five of my 12 5Ks. My most recent, the Covenant Marathon 5K was this past Sunday. I have two more 5Ks scheduled for April, so this one is definitely on track.

Start online health and fitness coaching business – Launched my online health and fitness coaching business on January 5th. I am working through Rita Berry’s Blog School and slowly making changes to my site. I am also working on an opt-in piece that will be available shortly.

Give/sell things I am not using and stop buying things I don’t truly need – Definitely on track with this one. Had a 31 blow out sale this past Saturday and got rid of quite a few pieces I didn’t need anymore. I also have a stack of clothing almost ready for our local charity. I am also staying out of Target unless absolutely necessary.

Workout in the AM a few mornings a week – This goal is being removed from the list. It is just not happening.

Utilize standing desk at work more often – Same as last month: I cannot take this off the list, I need to use my standing desk.

So, of these six goals, four are still on track and two are not. I am taking the workout in the AM off the list. New goal:

Bench press 200 pounds by end of year – As many of you know, I have worked quite a bit on my leg strength and can leg press 415 pounds. However, I have neglected my upper body strength. So, that’s my new goal. Work on upper body strength and by the end of the year be able to bench press 200 pounds.

How are your 2015 goals coming?



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