4 weeks: Establish a fitness routine that becomes a habit for the rest of my life. 6 weels: Move down 1 size. 3 months: Rebuild my emergency fund by sticking to my budget. Find a good used treadmill for winter use. 6 months: Move down another size. 8 months: Weed out my wardrobe, buy some new things for spring. 12 months. Be at my goal weight. Get off some medications.
Daily intentional exercise without excuses. Tracking my food daily. Drink more water Concentrate on health and fitness to get to a smaller size, rather than thinking about the number on the scale all the time.
I'm from the Pacific NW. I work full time. I have faith in God. I am working on getting back to a comfortable weight, staying on a budget and keeping my busy life organized.
My favorite things: My family Working in the garden Movies & Books My Bible Baking 3 day weekends Road Trips A little stash of cash for unexpected treasures
Hi Gardengirl! I saw your post over on the Managing Diabetes team and thought I would say "Hi". I am in the same place as you, transitioning away from carbs and finally starting to notice my blood glucose readings come down.
Thanks fr the goodie and the blog support! I am so addicted to running, I guess it could be something worse, right? I'm going to wrap up the year middle of November and try to rest up some!! I literally have been training for a full year almost! I'm got a full in 2 1/2 weeks, and 2 more halves after it.
I haven't been on Spark much lately. I can't get on internet on work computer. I am planning on retiring January or February. I will be doing more of my fusion glass jewelry, wire wrapping and stained glass to sell at craft fairs and friends. We also plan on traveling in the Spring.
Are you on facebook at all? Let me know and I will pm my info over there. I can access that on my phone even from work.
Looks like you are making progress on your weight. Congrats!!