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    Senior Scrapper Cass17's Avatar
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    I'm with Judith on the goals rather than resolutions.
    My goals for 2008 are:
    1. to learn how to take better photographs
    2. to lose 5 pounds and keep riding the excercise bike 5 miles a day, 3 to 4 times a week
    3. to improve my journaling (one of the reasons I started my blog - for writing practice)

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    I don't do resolutions either. I will try to keep up with the same pattern I set for myself about this past Sept.

    1. Continue to grow Spiritually
    2. Continue to purge things out of my house so it's not a junk collection anymore.
    3. Continue to do a better job at cleaning and keeping things put away.
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    No resolutions here either. I also don't really make yearly goals. I'm more of a lifetime goal person.
    Now, at age 60, my biggest goal is to keep my mind active by learning new techniques, reading more books, doing Bible studies and being open to new ideas when they come up. One of my greatest fears is to live to be 100 but have alziemhers (I know that's spelled wrong) most of that time.
    I also know that I need to have some physical goals but that's really hard for me with some of my health problems. If my dr ever gives me the ok with my foot, I want to start swimming again. Even though I'm very overweight, swimming makes me feel better than anything else, even when I'm not in the pool.
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    Actually, Judy, swimming is the best aerobic exercise for a person who is overweight and needs to not stress out their joints. I wish I did swim. I'm praying you will attain that goal. I'm planning to walk more even if it's at the mall.
    Judith


 

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