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HEALTHYMAMA2016
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Day 70

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

I hit 10,000 steps with my fitbit today!
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I also went over my calorie range. Again.
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I guess all those steps just made me super hungry. Trevor came home a tad early so that I could squeeze in some gym time. It was my first time at the gym with the fitbit -- I was excited to find out that the elliptical was logged as steps, since it's basically simulated-running. Very cool.


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I took Maxwell to the library today, he LOVES it there. Tried to get there for story time, but anyone with a two-year-old knows how hard it is to get anywhere on a schedule. So we missed that, but he still had fun picking out books and playing on all the fun cushions they have there.

All in all a pretty good day. Got my chores done, got my exercise made good food choices (just too many of them HA).

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  • MPETERSON2311
    OMG, how did you do it??


    I am exhausted after 6000 steps
    1354 days ago
  • HEALTHYMAMA2016
    I paid for it completely with gift cards I got from swagbucks. It's a rewards site where you earn "swagbucks" for using their search engine, watching ads, other fun videos, taking polls, and TONS of other stuff. I make about $40 a month. Check it out! http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/maxm
    ama
    1355 days ago
  • SARAHST0T
    Kinda jealous of your fitbit lol. Glad you and Maxwell had fun at the library!
    1355 days ago
  • HEALTHYMAMA2016
    It's my first time getting over 8,000! Man I'm beat!! haha
    1355 days ago
  • LOSE2CRUIZE
    I have only done the over 10000 once and it felt SO good! You don't realize how much it actually takes to hit that! Great job!!

    1355 days ago
  • SPIRIT42013
    The fitbit sounds fun and helpful! emoticon
    1355 days ago
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