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Week 7 weigh in

Friday, October 11, 2013

Happy Friday! I know not everyone has time to read everyone's blog and comment on it. I appreciate those of you that take a moment to look at mine and are supporting me on this journey. It helps me stay accountable to post it.

Last week, I had some random (not necessarily fun) things happen. My knees/knee caps keep trying to pop out of place. I’ve been trying to continue moving, but it isn’t always easy when you are hurting. I know those of you that deal with constant pain can understand. This is a process for me and I can’t do it with just food alone. During our meeting last night, we were talking about how much we sit and trying to get up and move more. Walking 5 minutes every hour or how we can move more during specific events or times of day. We discussed work, school, movie theaters, cars, watching tv and the like. I know I sit WAY more than I should. I do try to take extra steps during the day, but I decided that I would try to sit a reminder for every hour or so in order to prompt me to move. Whether it is walking in place or walking around the hall.

Recommit Weight: 193.6; 08/22/2013
First Weigh in: 191.6, Loss 2.00; 08/30/2013
Second Weigh in: 189.8, Loss 1.8; 09/05/2013
Third Weigh in: 190.00, Gain 0.2; 09/12/2013.
Fourth Weigh in: 189.4, Loss 0.6; 09/19/2013
Fifth Weigh in: 190.6; Gain 1.2; 09/26/2013
Sixth Weigh In: 188.6; Loss: 2; 10/03/2013
Seventh Weigh in: 188.4; Loss 0.2; 10/10/13
Total Loss 5.2 pounds.
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    I think one of the hard things about changing our health habits is the feeling that we're never quite doing enough. You're doing great, though. Keep moving forward and stay steady!
    1617 days ago
  • JANE1216
    emoticon -- looks like you have a downward trend going on!!!! emoticon
    1617 days ago
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