1. Set Your Goals
  2. Set Your Target Dates
  3. Set Your Action Steps
  4. View & Print Your Plan

My life plan.

Here are your goals and some suggestions on how to achieve them.

My Choice Goals

I will know what I want out of a relationship by July 16, 2015

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I will think about my future family by July 16, 2015

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I will prevent pregnancy until I am ready by July 16, 2015

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I will consider my options for reaching my health goals by July 16, 2015

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I will get my body ready to have a healthy baby by July 16, 2015

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I will plan how far apart I want my children by July 16, 2015

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My Health Goals

I will get fit and healthy by July 16, 2015

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I will eat better by July 16, 2015

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I take vitamins with folic acid by July 16, 2015

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I drink more water by July 16, 2015

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I will get more sleep by July 16, 2015

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I will get tested for HIV/AIDS and Other STDs by July 16, 2015

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I will have a plan to stay tobacco-free by July 16, 2015

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I will know about my family's medical history by July 16, 2015

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I will go to the doctor every year by July 16, 2015

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I will manage chronic illness by July 16, 2015

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I will make sure my immunizations/vaccines are up to date by July 16, 2015

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I will go to the dentist every year by July 16, 2015

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I will brush/floss my teeth twice a day by July 16, 2015

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My Emotional Wellness Goals

I will make time for me by July 16, 2015

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I will learn positive ways to deal with my stress day by July 16, 2015

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I will think positively by July 16, 2015

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I will learn more about myself by July 16, 2015

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I will identify my strengths by July 16, 2015

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I will be safe in my relationships by July 16, 2015

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I will be in control of my life by July 16, 2015

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My Environment Goals

I will live in a drug-free environment by July 16, 2015

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I will always have a safe place to stay by July 16, 2015

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I will be safe in my relationships by July 16, 2015

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I will live in a healthy and safe environment by July 16, 2015

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I will avoid exposure to harmful chemicals by July 16, 2015

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My Future Goals

I will identify my dreams by July 16, 2015

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I will finish school by July 16, 2015

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I will find a job that interests me by July 16, 2015

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I will get a promotion by July 16, 2015

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I will do work that is meaningful to me by July 16, 2015

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I will live in my own safe environment by July 16, 2015

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Get financially secure to support myself by July 16, 2015

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My Custom Goals

So what’s next? You can finish your Life Plan today. Save or print your Life Plan. It will include all of the goals you have already set above, as well as, helpful hints and questions to guide you in the right direction.
Did you know?
  • Three days after you miss a period, your unborn baby can be affected by your health habits.
  • After having a baby, it’s a good idea to wait at least 18 months before getting pregnant again to maintain the best health for your body and your children.
  • A baby born too soon (before 37 weeks) or too small (less than 5.5 lbs) faces an increased risk of serious health problems.
  • Folic acid promotes women’s health, especially heart health.
  • Obesity leads to diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.
  • Regular exercise and a healthy diet can prevent many types of diseases.
  • Drinking alcohol increases the risk of unplanned pregnancy.