1. Eat healthier. Instead of simply saying "lose weight", I want to try to be more mindful of my food choices. I want to eat more natural, less processed foods. The hardest part about eating right is that it takes a bit more preparation than popping a pop tart in the toaster or swinging by the McDonald's drive-threw. I am going to try my best to plan ahead and plan so that I won't get to the point where I am so hungry that I am not willing to wait to fix something healthy. Planning is the key I believe.
2. Make time for exercise. I am guilty of using the excuse "I just don't have time" as my reason for not exercising when in reality I have MORE than enough time to exercise. The problem is that instead of using my time wisely, I spend hours on Facebook, Pinterest, and Polyvore and then have to do homework and everything else in the time I could be exercising. Maybe I should amend this goal to "Use my time wisely" because if I do this, I will have plenty of time for exercise. Weight-loss is not my main goal. I want to feel better. I want to be toned and tight and energized. Now, am I saying that if I lose 10 pounds I want be happy? Heck no.
3. Read my bible daily. This may be the hardest one on my list. This goes along with feeling better. I need to get up in the morning, read my bible and talk to God. I make excuses for not doing this, just like for not exercising but, the truth is, there is no excuse.
What are your