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Stop Making New Years Resolutions

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We have all done it, and most of us likely still do. Every year on New Years Eve we sit and think of all the ways we want to change our lives. I want to get healthy. I want to save money. I want to pay off debt. This year instead of just saying what you want let's get real and actually plan for what we are going to achieve! It has been said that Failing to plan, is planning to fail. It the last 3 months I have found that as true as ever. You can say you are going to do it, but how? How are you going to get healthy? How are you going to save money? How are you going to pay off debt?

Time to make a plan!


Here are 6 steps to successful planning that will help you break in the New Year in style!

1. Start with a purpose! 
~~What is you goal this year? (these are mine feel free to make your own)
****I want to get healthy
****I want to help people achieve their health goals
****I want to save money

2. Set a time frame!
~~When you you want to achieve this goal by?
****ASAP
****All year long
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A New Year, A New Challenge For Myself............And You!

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I have to say that 2015 was probably the best year that I can remember happening. So many changes took place and I finally found peace. As New Years rapidly approaches I can't help but to think of the amazing things that sit in my path.       The last 3 months Beachbody and the 21 Day Fix became a big part of my life. It all started with a friend of mine sending me the program. Honestly I was thinking that this would really just be a neat new thing to try and maybe lose a little weight. See back in September that is all it was to me. If I could lose these last 5 pounds I would be happy, happy with the way I looked, and happy with myself. The 5 pounds vanished during the Labor Day Fix Challenge, and I looked in the mirror and saw 5 more pounds. My second round I began to focus on something different as I had decided to become a Beachbody coach. I decided to focus on seeing what my body could do, instead of what my body could look like, or what that imaginary number on the scale…