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Accountability Blog Day 7

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Daily Goals:

1 Track all food and stay within calorie range.

2 Drink at least 8 cups of water per day

3 3 Fruit 5 Veggies a day

4 Exercise at least 60 minutes a day 6 days a week.

5 Sleep 7 hours per night

6 Post blog dailey

How I did

1) emoticon At the end of the day I was well under so I had a snack. Still under but ok.

2) emoticon Water I had 10 cups

3) emoticon Had fruits and veggies

4) emoticon Day 2 Wk 2 of C25K and then 40 min exercise bike

5) emoticon A big YES almost 8 hr

6) emoticon Post blog daily . Done

As for the exercise I did day 2 yesterday and found it hard. I am thinking that I did not sleep enough and ate bad the day before. The garbage in garbage out thing. I do know that when I eat badly I feel different as in sluggish cramps etc. My body seems to like fresh food much better. Note self. Think before you eat.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
LUCKYDOGFARM 3/30/2012 12:14AM

    Yay Thing! isnt it great to be able to read your body now? to know what is going on with you body when you dont do the best things to it. WooHoo!!

Keep it up!!

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NANHBH 3/29/2012 10:06PM

    Awesome day, Peter! Yep, I can tell the difference in how much energy I have when I eat good, wholesome food vs. the simple carbs. Keep up the good work. You are ROCKIN' this accountability thing!

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JANETRIS 3/29/2012 3:39PM

    I'm loving those check marks! Way to go Thing! emoticon

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MSANITAL 3/29/2012 7:45AM

    Peter it takes time to change habits, the more we practice good ones the easier it will become, and also the more we let go of the past the easier it is to move forward..
keep up the good work consastancy is the key.

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