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Tuesday Morning

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Thanks for the encouragement and ideas guys! I need them right now. I am just baffled about how I can fit in more fitness.

Yesterday was a STELLAR food day, and I've set myself up to have another one today. Steps were way too low at just under 7000.

I thought the steps would be higher because I went and did my grocery shopping for the week during lunch. I walked around the perimeter of the store and then up and down every aisle. I AM doing really well with the flights of steps. I work on the 4th floor - 28 steps between each floor. I do this at least twice a day, plus I take the stairs to and from meetings on other floors. And if I've really got time, I'll just walk down and then back up the whole 4 flights of stairs.

For whatever reason, I had a very rocky night's sleep. Light's out was 9:30, but then I was up at midnight, and couldn't fall back to sleep until just after 1. The alarm goes of at 10 to 5. As a result, I'm just not feeling "with it." The only reason I'm putting this out there is to remind myself that I need to be extra vigilant today. I tend to dive into high carbohydrate/high sugar foods when I'm underslept and cranky, or even just feeling slightly unwell, as I am today.

So no deviating from the food plan today. I've logged everything going in to my body for the day, and that's going to have to be it. It is etched in stone.

And now, I must work...

Have a great day y'all!
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    Do the best you can. No one is perfect. We are all a work in progress. Our lives are a journey. emoticon emoticon
    1832 days ago
    Just keep doing the very best that you can. That's all you can ask of yourself. emoticon
    1832 days ago
    You are doing so great! You really seem to be getting a pattern down. I'm so proud of you!

    (and I miss you)
    1833 days ago
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