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Day 2 of a 10 day challenge

Sunday, June 03, 2012

I did not know if I would have the chance to post a blog tonight. I worked as a docent at Cabot's Pueblo Museum giving tours to guests who have paid $150.00 a plate for a BBQ dinner. There were political figures celebrities and very wealthy guests tonight. I had a great time but was starving when I arrived home. I made an amazing BLT salad with avocado! Topped off with an icy 8 oz glass of 1% milk!

Many thanks to those of you who are following along! I treasure your support and comments!

1. Walk at least 6,000 steps a day and reach for 10,000 / Lost my pedometer at the museum tonight I had 2928 steps at 2:45 pm bought a new pedometer and it has 655 to total 3583...I lost so many steps this afternoon, But that does not matter as It is one step at a time !

2. Log all food consumed on the food tracker daily / completed

3. Take meds and record blood pressure readings daily / took meds and BP is 129/90 , Not perfect but i am working on it! I did take my BP last night once I bought batteries. BP for Friday was 128/85 better than tonight.

4. Pack my lunch everyday/ or eat at home NO FAST FOOD / completed and I did very good at avoiding the buffet table at the BBQ tonight!

5.Check in with Spark People at least once a day. / Checked in and read 3 articles.

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PANFRIEDTROUT 6/4/2012 12:04AM

    wtg Paula!!

what an interesting night at the Museum ~ I'll bet it was tiring but fun!

hang in there Spark sister.

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DARINGR8LY 6/3/2012 1:58AM

    Awesome job Paula. You always do a great job. You will get your bp under control.
I love, love, love the description of your dinner. You have good taste and fortitude to stay away from the barbeque table.

Keep being successful!

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