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    New Year Resolutions... got any?

    K9 Owned
    Sun Dec 29, 2013 7:43 pm
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    I do. Strangely they aren't much different from any other years resolutions icon_wink.gif

    Lose 10 lbs.
    That was on the list last year and I lost 12 lbs. It's back on the list because I underestimated the amount of squishy stuff I've been packing.

    Do Yoga.
    Two years ago I took classes, bought all of the gear and some cool Lululemon yoga clothes. I regained a ton of flexibilty and then just stopped. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Walk 5k per day.
    Hamster wheel or outdoors. It's easy, clears the mind and the dogs stay lean. Doesn't hurt me either. Much.

    You $%#*& idiot! Stop smoking!!!!
    I quit, I start again. Repeat. It's a stoopid, stoopid habit that costs thousands in after tax dollars. I could go to Hawaii every year with the money I save.

    Get a job.
    So I will have money to save icon_smile.gif


    Anybody else?
    MaMere
    Sun Dec 29, 2013 8:22 pm
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    I'm with you on the 5k thing, K9. 5 days a week. In addition : 2 days a week strength training, 2 days a week intense cardio and 3 days a week meditation.

    A few more things; practice patience with others. Look for ways to save money, and stash it into an account. (example save $20 at the store for grocery budget, stash it!) Just whittle down frivolous spending.

    Crochet and knit! I wanted to do this 2 years ago, and haven't. I used to years ago, just need to refresh and make some awesome Christmas gifts.

    K9, for your quitting smoking... Mom once said "whether you light up or not, the urge to smoke will pass". It does. icon_wink.gif I wish you the bestest of luck with it, do it girlfriend, you are so worth it.
    HalfBakedCappy
    Sun Dec 29, 2013 10:20 pm
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    I could make a bunch but I won't keep them. icon_rolleyes.gif

    The one thing I am going to try to do is enjoy my life more. I seem to get caught up worrying about the little stuff.

    And K9, I need to quit smoking too.
    Dee514
    Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:14 am
    Forum Host
    To K9 and HBC, I am sending you good vibes and strength to quit smoking!
    I know its tough to do, I quit 6 years ago.

    As for resolutions, I don't make make any.....I do need to take off about 30-40 lbs, but health issues and meds make that impossible right now. icon_sad.gif
    SarasotaCook
    Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:52 am
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    I make resolutions; and a TO DO list.

    My TO DO list is a bunch of things I want to do around the house

    RESOLUTIONS:
    Bike, or rollerblade 3x week
    My treadmill 3x week
    Weights 2x week

    Loose 10 lbs
    Cut down on carbs now and then

    Try to eat on my good china and crystal at night
    Make a new recipe 1x week
    Eat out every other week, trying a new restaurant

    TO DO:
    Just things around the house ... like cleaning out the attic, selling my Dad's collectibles, renovating my walk in closet, wood flooring in my bedroom, refinishing an antique armoir ... Stuff like that. I have 79 items. It will keep me busy.
    CindiJ
    Mon Dec 30, 2013 10:06 am
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    Sad to say I gave up on this years ago. My own goals and wishes just seem to never be obtainable no matter how big or small. If I resolve to do something, it seems I just jinx myself and make matters worse.

    So I try daily to continue to be a good and kind person.
    Saralaya
    Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:30 pm
    Forum Host
    No resolutions here but K9- I also send you positive energy and strength to stop smoking....it is tough but do-able.... I quit (for the third time.... icon_rolleyes.gif ) THIRTY years ago! If you want some tips from how I stopped and stayed stopped I would be happy to share ... you ARE SO worth it..... your health will improve in ways you can't even imagine in the short and long run.

    GO FOR IT!!!

    Saralaya
    Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:39 pm
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    Saralaya wrote:
    No resolutions here but K9- I also send you positive energy and strength to stop smoking....it is tough but do-able.... I quit (for the third time.... icon_rolleyes.gif ) THIRTY years ago! If you want some tips from how I stopped and stayed stopped I would be happy to share ... you ARE SO worth it..... your health will improve in ways you can't even imagine in the short and long run.

    GO FOR IT!!!



    ETA: Cappy also..... I realized I had left your name out and tried three times to edit my original post.. but the EDIT function seems to be taking an early holiday for New Year's....... icon_rolleyes.gif
    conniecooks
    Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:39 pm
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    I really hope you can quit smoking K9, I think I have. As for resolutions, I would love to lose 20 lbs, but I have knee issues, so it may be difficult

    I would like to be kinder and gentler to everyone I meet.
    Krislady
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:24 am
    Forum Host
    I'm not big on resolutions either - but this one is just about my speed, icon_smile.gif



    (some more here)

    And as for quitting smoking - yes, it's definitely do-able - when you're ready. I quit 8 years ago. FWIW, though, looking back, it probably wasn't a good idea to substitute peanut M&Ms for smoking. . . but hey, whatever works. icon_wink.gif
    Okra
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:43 am
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    I resolve to refrain from making any resolutions. icon_wink.gif
    Krislady
    Wed Jan 01, 2014 3:53 pm
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