100 lb. Club - Have you reached any of your new year resolution goals for 2010




Matilda08
09-10-2010, 11:09 AM
Just wondering if any of you remember what your new year resolutions were in 2009 for 2010 and if you have accomplished them yet. Do you even remember them? lol I know we sometimes forget about them. One of mine was to lose weight of course I recently got very serious about eating right. The working out came more so naturally. Im actually proud that ive been consistantly working out for over a year now, however my eating was out of order until recently and I pretty much maintained my weight. Anywho..........did you meet your goals whats your story?


Eliana
09-10-2010, 12:12 PM
I don't make New Year's goals per se...but lose weight is of course always an unspoken one! :rolleyes:

This has been my year!! I started November of last year, so well before the new year really. But 2010 has brought me through on the straight and narrow path and I'm very, very pleased with my results. My one year anniversary approaches and I'm curious to know just how low I can get by then. And when January 1st rolls around...who know, but I just may be at goal! :D

ncuneo
09-10-2010, 12:15 PM
I think so. I started this year wanted to finish what I started back in 2006. While I feel like I'm still 5-10 lbs til I reach my true "goal", when I started calorie count this year I thought that it would be great to get anywhere in the 150s. Really though all I wanted was to be a size 10, I'm now an 8/10. To top that off I'm making huge strides in my fitness that I never even dreamed of. I'm currently training for a half marathon in November and have developed a passion for running that I never imagined possible. This excites me more than anything because it's a fantastic healthy hobby and gives purpose to my eating.

I think next years goal will be to eliminate binging. This is my last hurdle I think. But for now I'd just like to make it through this weekend on plan.


guamvixen
09-10-2010, 12:25 PM
Mine was to maintain. So far, I'm doing good! Whew! I also had one to stop using "bad" words. That one didn't stick. :(

ncuneo
09-10-2010, 12:29 PM
^i am so working on this right now! I have a 2 yr old who is repeating EVERYTHING and it's becoming a problem! I have such a potty mouth!

DaughterOfVenus
09-10-2010, 12:41 PM
I was supposed to save money, lose weight, and stop swearing.

I'm a little late in the year attacking the weight problem, though I'm doing very well, but I'm still F#$%$# broke as H#((.

Rochester
09-10-2010, 02:27 PM
I was supposed to save money, lose weight, and stop swearing.

I'm a little late in the year tacking the weight problem, though I'm doing very well, but I'm still F#$%$# broke as H#((.

:rofl:

Matilda08
09-10-2010, 03:36 PM
I don't make New Year's goals per se...but lose weight is of course always an unspoken one! :rolleyes:

This has been my year!! I started November of last year, so well before the new year really. But 2010 has brought me through on the straight and narrow path and I'm very, very pleased with my results. My one year anniversary approaches and I'm curious to know just how low I can get by then. And when January 1st rolls around...who know, but I just may be at goal! :D



You have done quiet well you will probably make goal before new year! Im hoping to make it to onderland this year. I think 29lbs is very doable but idk Im not really one of those people that stays op day in and day and that has been my down fall. My new goal is to just try to stay op as much as possible because when I do the lbs come right off

toobig
09-11-2010, 08:06 AM
I wrote mine in the front of my journal and I am "so far so good".

lovemyboy
09-11-2010, 08:55 AM
I've been at this for 10 months. I started before New Years so my resolution was that I'd still be doing this by the next year. I WILL keep that resolution.