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New years resolutions

neljanelja Posts: 281Member Member Posts: 281Member Member
Hi Everyone

What was your news years resolutions (scale or non-scale) and how are you doing with it?

Mine was to walk 1km each day (with out normal steps each day) and cycle 5000km for the year.

Keeping it up so far.

136.8km walking
1871.36km cycling
So far

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  • Vikka_VVikka_V Posts: 7,741Member Member Posts: 7,741Member Member
    My 2019 "motto" or resolution was/is
    "Don't be crazy"
    ...welp...try, try again I guess.
  • sardelsasardelsa Posts: 7,911Member Member Posts: 7,911Member Member
    Gains right on schedule over here
  • Mm2Hh7Mm2Hh7 Posts: 1,438Member Member Posts: 1,438Member Member
    Mine was to be kinder to myself. I’m really hard on myself for the way I look. And I’m definitely doing a better job at it
  • mike_rommike_rom Posts: 303Member, Premium Member Posts: 303Member, Premium Member
    Be a better "me". I am also WAY too hard on myself. I've been working on my confidence. Not just with my looks and getting in better shape, but all the way around. In how I meet people and just how I carry myself in general. It makes a BIG difference. At first, I started "faking" it but it became more natural and I am much more confident. I greet everyone with enthusiasm, lean in, shake their hand and look them in the eye. I make sure I am not slouching and carry a smile on my face. I can not tell you how much this has affected my life already this year
  • Mm2Hh7Mm2Hh7 Posts: 1,438Member Member Posts: 1,438Member Member
    mike_rom wrote: »
    Be a better "me". I am also WAY too hard on myself. I've been working on my confidence. Not just with my looks and getting in better shape, but all the way around. In how I meet people and just how I carry myself in general. It makes a BIG difference. At first, I started "faking" it but it became more natural and I am much more confident. I greet everyone with enthusiasm, lean in, shake their hand and look them in the eye. I make sure I am not slouching and carry a smile on my face. I can not tell you how much this has affected my life already this year

    Amazing!!:)
  • CaptainFantastic01CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 8,584Member Member Posts: 8,584Member Member
    Touch more butts, and I’m doin poorly
  • 1sphere1sphere Posts: 1,311Member Member Posts: 1,311Member Member
    make some fwends, not going well because I have to be a friend to myself
    edited April 26
  • tams_89tams_89 Posts: 759Member Member Posts: 759Member Member
    Pass my sign language course
    Pass my driving test
    Run 10k
    Sign up to tough mudder


    I have passed my first 2 exams and on my last 10 weeks then one more exam
    Have my driving test coming up
    Got up to 8k so far
    Did not sign up for tough mudder for this May but got a team ready for next year 😊
  • tams_89tams_89 Posts: 759Member Member Posts: 759Member Member
    mike_rom wrote: »
    Be a better "me". I am also WAY too hard on myself. I've been working on my confidence. Not just with my looks and getting in better shape, but all the way around. In how I meet people and just how I carry myself in general. It makes a BIG difference. At first, I started "faking" it but it became more natural and I am much more confident. I greet everyone with enthusiasm, lean in, shake their hand and look them in the eye. I make sure I am not slouching and carry a smile on my face. I can not tell you how much this has affected my life already this year

    Love this ❤
  • Keto_N_IronKeto_N_Iron Posts: 5,381Member Member Posts: 5,381Member Member
    I don't believe in new years resolutions. why does it take a new year to make a decision to change thing for the better. This is the same as starting a diet tomorrow or Monday. If there is something you want/need to do to make things better for you do them now. don't wait. make a plan and put it into motion!
  • mike_rommike_rom Posts: 303Member, Premium Member Posts: 303Member, Premium Member
    tams_89 wrote: »
    mike_rom wrote: »
    Be a better "me". I am also WAY too hard on myself. I've been working on my confidence. Not just with my looks and getting in better shape, but all the way around. In how I meet people and just how I carry myself in general. It makes a BIG difference. At first, I started "faking" it but it became more natural and I am much more confident. I greet everyone with enthusiasm, lean in, shake their hand and look them in the eye. I make sure I am not slouching and carry a smile on my face. I can not tell you how much this has affected my life already this year

    Love this ❤

    Thank you! :)
  • ythannahythannah Posts: 2,624Member Member Posts: 2,624Member Member
    tams_89 wrote: »
    Pass my sign language course
    Pass my driving test
    Run 10k
    Sign up to tough mudder


    I have passed my first 2 exams and on my last 10 weeks then one more exam
    Have my driving test coming up
    Got up to 8k so far
    Did not sign up for tough mudder for this May but got a team ready for next year 😊

    I would love to learn ASL! Good for you!

    (I'm not a resolutioner so nothing to report personally)
  • neljanelja Posts: 281Member Member Posts: 281Member Member
    I have also been trying to do that. To also get out of my shelf. You are doing a great job. Keep it up.
    mike_rom wrote: »
    Be a better "me". I am also WAY too hard on myself. I've been working on my confidence. Not just with my looks and getting in better shape, but all the way around. In how I meet people and just how I carry myself in general. It makes a BIG difference. At first, I started "faking" it but it became more natural and I am much more confident. I greet everyone with enthusiasm, lean in, shake their hand and look them in the eye. I make sure I am not slouching and carry a smile on my face. I can not tell you how much this has affected my life already this year

  • lorri71lorri71 Posts: 47Member Member Posts: 47Member Member
    My new years resolution was to not make any new years resolutions! Realisic goals is my aim.
  • RunsWithBeesRunsWithBees Posts: 993Member Member Posts: 993Member Member
    My new year’s resolution for 2012 was to reach my goal weight by my birthday in October. I did achieve this, lost 43 lbs 😅 and my new year’s resolution for every year after that, including 2019 has been to maintain my goal weight, which I have also achieved 😁 Something I added a couple of years ago and continued this year is to be “bikini ready” all year long. This means maintaining my fitness level, staying somewhat toned, and taking really good care of my skin so that at any point during the year I can pop on a bikini and just feel confident and know I’ve done my best to keep in good shape physically. I had the opportunity to swim and wear a bikini on a mini getaway in mid April and I did feel 100% confident, so mission accomplished! 😎
  • neljanelja Posts: 281Member Member Posts: 281Member Member
    Well done: Congratulations. Good luck on your journey.
    My new year’s resolution for 2012 was to reach my goal weight by my birthday in October. I did achieve this, lost 43 lbs 😅 and my new year’s resolution for every year after that, including 2019 has been to maintain my goal weight, which I have also achieved 😁 Something I added a couple of years ago and continued this year is to be “bikini ready” all year long. This means maintaining my fitness level, staying somewhat toned, and taking really good care of my skin so that at any point during the year I can pop on a bikini and just feel confident and know I’ve done my best to keep in good shape physically. I had the opportunity to swim and wear a bikini on a mini getaway in mid April and I did feel 100% confident, so mission accomplished! 😎

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