Friday, February 22, 2013
WEEK 10 comes to and end and with it the Winter Challenge.
This is a late entry but given the schedule I had and the volunteering I did, I am giving myself credit for this one.
Did I meet any goals set out in Week 3?
1)Track my food every day - I did meet this goal until this week. It does work.
2) If I ate something over my calorie range or in the form of junk, I went to the gym and worked it off (with no gadgets). Go to bed hungry (ie no eating before bed-when I did this, I lost weight) -goal,met and once again, it worked
3) Stick to basics. Stop getting overwhlemed by all that I know and all that I have and just do it. -goal met
4) Drink my water every day. I have never had a problem with that. These past few challenges, I have. -goal met
5) My goal will be 5 lbs a month and track that progress like I did on that first team. -Nottingham met but came. Lose
"As Week 3 comes to an end, I will repost the above and see how I did. To help with week 4 blog entry, I will finally put into practice what John kindly sent to me (info on hs smart carbing). I have been carrying around that Canada Post Envelope since he sent it. I need to sit down and incorporate it into my tracker. That and my bodybugg I have had for how long now. Those two items will be up and running next week. "
I have been wearing and using my bodybugg every day. This past week was hectic and as I lost track or tracking, the results were the results. I must still focus on John's info and learn to apply it to me eating.
Wow 10 weeks flew by...kind of scary. Onward and forward and here's to doing it again in Spring; my main focus is my food as I am happy to report, my exercise has become a routine again thanks to to my hubs.
Bonus: New Year~new goal strategy
bonus point is earned if you start a journal.
Start a personal journal. Keep track of your goals for the next 8 weeks, the remainder of the Winter Challenge and lets see by week 10 if you have met any of those goals. You can do this as part of your team, in a personal journal or in a blog. (If you blog, try to blog once a week for the remaining weeks of winter Challenge)