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It's been a good year.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

This has been a really great year.

I managed to get in 2 miles this morning even though it was 29 degrees with a wind. I was sitting on 898 miles and had to hit the 900 miles walked this year. I think I need to aim for 1000 next year. To do that I'll have to get in more miles in Jan. and Feb. I basically logged none in those months last year, so I guess I'll have to use the gyms treadmill. I hate those things, but there is little alternative unless I want to freeze.

Weight wise I have held steady. I am up a little right now, but that's to be expected with the Holidays. I'll log my official weight in 2 weeks, then go from there. I really need to make a push to shed a few more. I'd still like to get in the 185lb range rather than the 195 range.

I have still managed to hit the weight room and can see the difference. I plan on keeping that as part of the plan.

Yep...Jan and Feb I will go back to tracking calories except for New Years way to know what my Hoppin John might hold in the way of calories...after that I will log them all and see if I can't drop 3-4 lbs a month.

If anybody still reads these things, I hope you have a great new year! I do even if you don't read this.;)
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    My year, so far, has been great!
    1214 days ago
    Way to go. Reaching those types of milestones can be a real motivator. 1000 miles for the year sounds like a good incremental increase so I'm sure you can do it. If you did 2 miles in the cold today, January and February aren't going to be that much worse! Good luck!
    1394 days ago
    Good for you running in the cold. I like to get out and walk in the cold. So here's hoping we both get out there in Jan and Feb, the real cold months.
    1395 days ago
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