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Wednesday's Health Goals

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

I'm going for day 3 in the following streaks:

Green smoothie emoticon
Digestive Enzymes 3x a day emoticon emoticon emoticon
Walk over 3000 steps emoticon I am wearing both my Spark Tracker and my Fitbit at the same time. They are 1 inch from each other so they should not measure differently. The Fitbit says that I have taken 3559 steps at 3:45 pm and the Spark tracker says that I've taken 2580. The Fitbit is accurate - not because it has a number I like better! but because I counted my steps when I first put them on and it matched perfectly while the Spark Tracker only gave me credit for a fraction of my steps. And this is why I've been unhappy with the Activity tracker.
Groom dogs for 10 min. emoticon
Keep the living room tidy emoticon
Monitor blood sugar and blood pressure emoticon

Today-specific goals:

Go washing machine shopping with my husband. Laundry has been done at the laundromat now going on to 3 full weeks emoticon We have a new washing machine! Or more accurately, we will have a new washing machine on Friday. We got a commercial machine that is a real workhorse. No more of these bells and whistles but no lasting function machines for us! And I didn't get it at Sears . . .

Call another eye doctor for information on vision therapy for my 11 year old daughter. emoticon I've ended up talking to a couple of places multiple times to get all my ducks in a row.

Go to Zumba tonight emoticon Lasted 25 minutes until I started coughing too badly to continue.

Type out things I don't want to forget for my doctor's appointment tomorrow. emoticon
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  • FRAN0426
    Sounds like a very productive day. Yes, hauling laundry gets to be a drag, I wouldn't want to do that again--been there myself.
    1563 days ago
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