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Day #6/7

Sunday, October 07, 2012

I skipped blogging yesterday. We only have one computer between my husband and I, and there was really no time for me to get on. I did get on and log food and spin the wheel, but that is about it.
So, I am still sticking to my tracker. Didn't feel like cooking last night though. So I had subway instead. Still stayed within all of my ranges, though. I was very mindful of how many calories I had left and pretty much have subways nutritional facts memorized.
Today I slept in until about 8am. I have dinner in the crock pot, because I have to work tonight instead of today. We will see how that works out for me.
I still am having trouble with the exercise part of the program. I am on my feet anywhere from 7 to 11 hours a day (sometimes straight), and am still trying to get up the umpth to workout when I get home. Starting today I am going to exercise 10 minutes everyday no matter what this week. Hopefully, in a week or so I can up it to 15, 20, 25 and so on. Start small right. Small streaks make the big things happen.
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    When I worked long hours, I found it helpful to take a walk after work. I started doing a walking program and that was my time to destress from work. Maybe that would be a good way to start finding the energy to workout after work. Best of luck in finding the time, I know it is hard!
    1480 days ago
    You'll get there. Count baby steps and then over time it'll all add up. emoticon
    1480 days ago
  • HOAGIE22
    Git Er Dun!!!!
    1480 days ago
    Good plan with your exercise. I need to do the same. Start small and work my way up. I know how you feel about coming home and finding the energy to exercise. Is there any time to do it BEFORE going to work?
    1480 days ago
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