Wednesday, April 03, 2013
I posted my blog on Monday that I was setting myself a weight goal of 217 pounds on April 27. There were a ton of comments on my blog, thanks so much to everyone who posted for all of the support. One of my longest Sparkfriends AGINGDAISIES is celebrating her birthday and her 5th Sparkversary on that day, so I am going to work even harder to reach my goal so we can celebrate together! It will be a birthday gift for her in addition to all of the good it will do for me!
1. Track my food. I did indeed track my food on Monday. 2/7(I count my week as from Saturday to Saturday, so Monday is day 3 of my SP week. I did not track on Sunday.)
2. Stay in range 7 days a week. I was 4 calories below the bottom, but I count that as being in range. 2/7
3. Walk for a minimum of 20 minutes daily. Walked for 30 minutes on the TM. 2/7
Great day, had family visit and we ordered out for supper. Swiss Chalet, made pretty good choices, went for side salad and 1/3 rack of ribs instead of 1/2 with my chicken leg. Being very busy meant that I had no time to eat mindlessly.
1.Track my food every single day. I tracked my food this morning, we were out all day. 3/7
2.Stay in range 7 days a week. Not even close. We went to the Blue Jays Home Opener, and I really had limited choices to eat there. I ate well for lunch, but ended up blowing my range with my meal on the way home at McDonalds. Live and learn! 2/7
3.Walk for a minimum of 20 minutes daily. Walked for 35 minutes before we left, and we walked a lot in Toronto not to mention all the way up to the 500 level plus up and down the stairs to the top of the level 4 or 5 times for our seats. 3/7
My book club was today, and it was a terrific morning discussing Let The Great World Spin by Colum McCann. Then, we gathered up and headed to Toronto since we live a long drive away from the big city. The Jays lost, but it was a good experience with the park so full and the opening ceremonies were inspiring. They brought a giant Canada flag out onto the field for the singing of O'Canada, I am so proud to be Canadian! We arrived home very late, and I went straight to sleep.