Friday, July 27, 2012
SUMMER ACCOUNTABILITY CHALLENGE WEEK 2: JULY 23-29
Last week I wanted to feel more confident with my food choices. Today I feel... more knowledgeable about what I choose and have been looking online and when I shop for substitutes for favorite foods. Surprisingly I have found quite a few.
I feel this way because... I have been doing some research on low sodium foods.
My big nutrition goal for last week was eating healthier and staying within the nutritional guidelines set for me. I did accomplish this goal because... I've been tracking what I eat , reading labels for nutritional information and eating only the portion sizes listed.
My big fitness goal for last week was to swim twice a week (I swam once) and walk or exercise 30 minutes a day. I exercised everyday but didn't necessarily exercise for 30 min. Sometimes it was 15 min other times 30 min. But I did do some form of exercise daily.
My big wellness goal for last week was to sleep 8 hours a night. I wasn't able to accomplish this because I tend to stay up later than I should. I'm still working on this one.
I found it easy to stick to the plan this week. (examples: easy, frustrating) I give myself a B- for the work I did this week.
I feel like I did enough to get a reward this week because... I am trying to move more and eat healthy
I am going to keep the same goals this week because... I'm still working on my substitutions and meal planning. I will find the time to take Molly for walks in the AM when it's cooler.
My biggest challenge this upcoming week will be to spend time organizing.
I want to feel clutter free and organized by the end of next week. My reward for good behavior this week will be a trip to the beach!
I did weigh in this week and I feel a bit disappointed because yes, I did stay the same but I would love to have a loss.
I will not let a sub-par week throw me off track! I'm too good to let one bad day or week bring me down for longer than that. I'm a strong and beautiful person and no matter what my trackers say or my scale tells me, my worth cannot be measured.