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SMART is a mnemonic acronym, giving criteria to guide in the setting of objectives, for example in project management, employee-performance management and personal development.
So, let’s get back to the basics and set some real, realistic and attainable goals.
This one I have been getting better at. I am about 4 – 5 cups per day already. Cutting back on the coffee helps me to reach this goal.
This one is going good. I have one piece of bread every three or four days compared to my four pieces every day.
3. Cut back on the snacks.
This one, well, I have my days where I do good and other days where I binge. This really needs to change. I need to focus on my cravings to determine what it really is my body is lacking.
My goal here is to get to bed before midnight. Again, some days I get it and other days, there is too much to do and I need more time to do it all.
I really wanted to get back to my HiiT routines. And I did good for a few days. I know, lame. And I have a ton of reasons why I have failed at this. So, instead of beating myself up for failing and instead of continuing with my excuses, I am going to be realistic here.
My goal here will be to take 30 minutes during my work day to go for a walk, walk to the furthest washroom, walk as many flights of stairs as I can (I work on the 5th floor of a building that has ghost floors in between each floor). Just get up off my butt and move!
In a month we will be moving. We will have access to many new parks and trails to explore.
Forget the HiiTs for now. I am just going to focus on simply moving around more. Once we move to our new house and I have adjusted to my new schedule, then I will start my more aggressive routines.