Updated Jan, 22nd 2013
All of my goals involve habit-forming. Which I'm better at than habit-breaking. I'm a student, which means I spend TONS of time sitting at a desk, that i have constant access to crappy food, and that I need to stay on top of my homework and project-doing. It also means that I have a free gym membership (well - it's in my tuition, at any rate). The long and short of it is: I want to stop living like a student, while still getting all my schoolwork done
My three biggest goals:
1) Form evening and morning routines that WORK for me (help me stay on track with my health goals)
2) Maintian regular exercise for a whole year
3) Maintain the healthy diet I've been getting so good at for mealtime, and reduce or eliminate the spontaneous snacking I do - which tends to be unhealthy food.
These all invovle mini goals. So here they are
3) Impulsive eating
As you can probably tell, this is a lot for one go. So I'm going to prioritize them (exercise first, then habits, then eating) and see how many I've stuck with in 12 weeks. At that point, I will reprioritize, so that I stay challenged and keep myself accountable. Hopefully I will have gotten through most of my mini-goals, so I can set more, and ultimately get towards my big 3. I already have re-evaluation date with myself in April!