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Health Stats Blog, Day ...21

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Quick morning stats:

weight: 252.6
(MAN, I would love to start fluctuating below 250!)
blood sugar: 120
took 175 mcg synthroid
used flonase
took 2 puffs of flovent

1 tsp of "Kyo-Green" (powdered barley grass, wheat grass, etc), mixed in 4 oz water
(it's supposed to help cure diabetes; i used to grow and juice wheatgrass and have not been organized lately)

I can't start my day with my other favorite breakfast option (yet), because it entails using the food processor / blender, which is noisy, and people are still sleeping. Instead of going hungry for hours, which I would usually do, I'm having some leftover vegan pizza (all absolutely healthy), so I had that with

~ the metformin tablet.

I'm trying to keep my goals manageable for today:

~ exercise
~ talk to my disability lawyer (i didn't yesterday)
~ help my son take a practice (at home) SAT exam

The list is long from there of what needs to get done or can get done, but I want to learn to appreciate that I'm getting goals met. I tend to make my lists very long and to the point which it's a months' worth of work, and it's a set-up for disappointment, frustration and self-image problems.

I'll check in later on how things have gone emoticon

Well I was still hungry and wanted to start my day, so I used the food processor / blender---people didn't wake up. I want to say hi to my son and my housemate before I go to the Y and exercise....

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
WRITEAWAY 7/19/2013 5:41PM

    With this HEAT and humidity it's hard to get much done! The weather makes me sick to my stomach emoticon .

And it takes so long just to start the day with all the details to remember (this medicine, this medicine...)...

Thanks for understanding~!!

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MRS_TOAD 7/19/2013 8:01AM

    Keeping your list manageable is a great thing to learn!

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LVZ617 7/17/2013 9:51PM

    I know the problem of making a manageable list. I have started a priority system. After I make the list, I pick out the one most important thing I need/want to do that day, and put an A in front of it; then 2 B items, and 3 Cs. If I can get all that done, anything else is a bonus!

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