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MOUSEMARIE
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Habits day 1 - 1 for 2

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Day one of new focus.

5,000 steps - nope. Just under 4k. But I have excuses ... not that it makes much difference. I got paid 3 days early and wanted to get the check deposited so I could hang out with a friend tonight. less than 4k isn't the end of the world, and not a bad start. I checked the fitbit a few times through the day to see how I was doing, and I tried to make myself get up and walk to the file room etc rather than making piles to get to later.

Track all food. Nope. not yet. But that is up next on my plan as soon as I hit publish. I don't know how I did in terms of calories but I did something at some point because my stomach has been crazy queasy most of the night. Here's hoping it's not sticking around, and is just too much coke, stress and overeating chinese.

ok. now to track and go to bed. cause i'm super sleepy too.
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  • v MOUSEMARIE
    Dee I'll let ya know!

    Thanks for the comments all, encouragement never hurts!

    Which reminds me to check my fitbit! oh! over 1k! that's good for this time of day!!! I think I'll get up and walk around a little to add a couple hundred more since i can't walk at lunch today. overslept this am and have to catch up the time at lunch. (shrug) c'est la vie.
    1144 days ago
  • v GYPSYGOTH
    as soon as you're ready for a challenge with the fitbit, let me know! i realize that with me not having a job it's easier for me to get steps in, right now. but that won't last terribly long.
    you can do it! just keep trying, and all of your little changes will add up.
    1144 days ago
  • v THE_SHAKESHAFT
    You'll manage, it's just a matter of getting used to it :)
    1144 days ago
  • v PINKEUROGIRL
    You got this!!
    1145 days ago
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