I have arrived at the conclusion that it doesn't matter so much what your goal is, as it does that you have a goal in the first place.
I'll give you an example:
A few months ago, I decided that I needed to work on my fitness levels and started to exercise more regularly, by going for long walks on my days off. By doing this, I also discovered that I really love being outside, surrounded by nature, visiting new places in my local area, and seeing the sights along the way.
The other advantage of using this particular app is that you can monitor the nutritional value of your food. Looking at how much Calcium or Potassium is in your diet, and whether you are getting enough iron amongst other things.
Which in turn it has re-ignited my passion for healthy eating, and led to me feeling a lot happier and healthier during day-to-day activities.
So here we are, nearing the end of June, I've lost 11lbs so far (only 3 to go) and I find myself feeling listless and, dare I say it, even a little bored!
After a little contemplation, I realised I needed a new goal, something to focus on and work towards. I also realised that it doesn't have to be a big or life-changing goal.
For now, I've decided to bake some cakes and enjoy the feeling of working towards something.
I think it must be true what they say; about happiness being a journey, rather than a destination!
Donna Jane xx