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Achieve your goals, big or small

Smart ways to climb the mountain of reaching your own resolutions

8:15 PM, Jan. 26, 2013
Oshkosh resident Jane Boettcher knows a thing or two about achieving goals. After training to climb Washington's Mount Si and Mount Rainier in 2011, she tackled Africa's Mount Kilimanjaro with a few friends.
Oshkosh resident Jane Boettcher knows a thing or two about achieving goals. After training to climb Washington's Mount Si and Mount Rainier in 2011, she tackled Africa's Mount Kilimanjaro with a few friends.
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How's that New Year's resolution coming along? Did you vow to lose weight? Quit smoking? Eat healthier? If you've already tossed out your resolution with your holiday decorations, the problem may not have been in your sincerity, but how in how you set your goal.

Stacy Kranner, a physical therapist with Aurora Medical Center in Oshkosh, said the beginning of a new year tends to spark a desire for change in many people, but they need to remember an important caveat.

"The ability to accomplish goals doesn't become easier because it's that time of year," Kranner warns. ...

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