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I am thankful for my struggle
because without it, I wouldn’t
have stumbled across my strength.

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Got myself a Fitbit Flex. I’m a statistics geek and, as I had read, this really works as a motivator to get moving. I find myself parking the car a bit further away from the entrance and I regularly stand up from my desk to walk around the office building like I’m going somewhere - even though I don’t have anywhere to go :)

I know that this is not highly scientific or accurate. But, nonetheless, it’s a good indicator and motivator!

And one of the best thing is that I have now found a good way to connect my health-related websites. Endomondo syncs to MyFitnessPal which syncs to Fitbit that syncs to iChange. And I don’t seem to get any bad data as long as I follow the instructions about where to log what :)

I can recommend this for anyone!

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7 Ways to Reach Your Goals & Not Give Up

This can apply to fitness, health, work or just life in general.

  1. Take a Shot - Nothing tried, nothing done. Every day holds a new opportunity.
  2. Be Realistic - If you set unrealistic goals for yourself, you may be setting yourself up for failure.
  3. Stay Strong -  Stick with it. It will get better.
  4. Keep on Target - If you don’t see a change, try a new approach.
  5. Persist - No one said it was going to be easy. Keep going.
  6. Don’t Doubt - It will be worth it.
  7. Push Yourself - Don’t give up. You’re almost there.

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The hardest part is getting out of bed