Going for it – Writing it down (Week 3)

For a bit of context for my 52 week challenge check out these links – You did the best you could? and Going for it 52 Week Challenge!

I’ve discovered writing down my items and posting out here keeps me accountable and on target for completing them each week. In this same journal prior to this you’d definitely see worked out on one date and the next entry might also be worked out…but it would be like a week later. I definitely had great intentions but when it came down to it I wasn’t as consistent as I had planned. I always had an excuse I’m sure. I purposely didn’t go to crazy with these going for it areas, but it’s definitely the right “push” I needed. I still can have some off days which is normal and also continue to lay down new bricks on my path and move forward.


Week 3

This weeks recipe was Chicken Pizza, pesto, tomatoes, and beans

Yes I should of half’d the ingredients, but you have to remember one thing – I’m a dude and more is always better. Still working on that😀

One last thing – I threw this shaming device away! That’s right I didn’t even donate it. Nope. It’s frickin evil and humanity doesn’t need it!

Peace,

Dwight

23 responses to “Going for it – Writing it down (Week 3)”

  1. Throwing away my scale was one of the best things I ever did for my mental health!

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  2. Posting what I’m doing definitely keeps me accountable. Evil shaming device. 😂

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  3. I hate the scales!! They are much better in the bin! I think you are doing brilliantly. I am definitely having good days and not so good on the motivation front but I’ll keep going with those bricks, and remember to look up X 🤗 ❤️

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  4. I like the looks of that pizza..

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  5. I think I need an accountability journal to start working on some goals. 🤔

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    1. It’s definitely helping me.

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      1. That is great! I definitely have to give it a try! My persistence seems to be lacking lately.

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  6. I think more is always better where pizza toppings are concerned! You’re doing great Dwight! 😘😘

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  7. You’re doing freaking awesome!! Oh and that pizza looks super yummy!! When it’s hot out I put my pizzas on the grill! ( top rack ) You are keeping me motivated as last week was my best week yet for keeping on track with my goals! 💪🏻 ( You’re working out more than me though! My goals are a bit less. 😂😂🤣🤣) Let’s kick this weeks ass! ☑️😃 👍🏻

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    1. Ps-Eff that scale for sure! 🗑

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    2. Thanks! Definitely let’s kick ass this week!💪🙌💯

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  8. I enjoyed the update, Dwight. Nothing wrong with a lot of toppings on pizza! 😁

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    1. I hope I’m not burning out people reading my progress each week. It’s definitely helping me stay accountable though. Thank you for supporting me! 🤗

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      1. I like the updates! Keep them coming! 👍🏻

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  9. Love that you dumped the scale! And great job on week 3! 💛🌟

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  10. 🤤🤤🤤🍕🌿🍕🌿🍕🌿🤩🎉🙌

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  11. An accountability journal is a really good idea. It keeps the writer on track and yes, accountable, and inspires those who see how amazing the writer is doing at their challenges. And if one day falls short, it only proves us human and that tomorrow is another day.

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    1. Definitely, Rebeca. Thank you for reading and your support. 😊

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