My Goals And Effect Of My Life

846 WordsJul 9, 20154 Pages
When looking over my behavior the past few days, I noticed quite a few things I would like to change. From extending my workout period, eating smaller portions, or even controlling the amount of time I spend watching television. Even after all of those things the main thing I noticed was that I hardly ever drink water. In a day, I might drink sixteen ounces compared to the recommended sixty-four ounces. So my new goal is beginning on Friday, July 10, 2015 and ending on Friday, August 7, 2015, and I will increase my water intake to at least 60 ounces a day, and will use water bottles to measure my success. My goal is specific, because I want to drink at least sixty ounces of water and I also want to use water bottles as my measuring tool. My goal is measurable, because I have a set number of ounces to accomplish every day. The action-oriented side of my goal is the basic fact that I am taking the plunge, and increasing my water intake to help my health. The goal I set is realistic for me, because I can get water anywhere, even if I have to go away somewhere, water is always available. Having a start date and an end date provides a time-oriented goal, because I have that amount of time to work towards my goal. Another side to the time-oriented portion of my goal is that I only have twenty-four hours in a day to finish at least sixty ounces of water. One thing I can see as an interference for my goal is the fact that I have a busy work schedule. With that schedule I am
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