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It's been a long time, baybeeee

Friday, November 22, 2013

So! Holiday season has arrived, and between being completely overloaded at work, kids activities, Christmas shopping, decorating, planning, hosting, and etc. I have been neglecting my poor lil blog.

All is still going well. Some of the excitement of the initial diet has warn off, but I am still doing pretty well :) Just over 26 lbs in total now. I wish it would fall away faster, but hey, that's the nature of the game, right? If it came off easily, we'd all be slim and fit.

Speaking of fit - I've been wearing my Fitbit regularly now that I've found it again (it was lost for a little while there) It's actually on my wrist 24/7 unless I am showering or charging it, and daily I log in and see how I am doing.

My sleep has quite improved, which is wonderful, I have always been a crappy sleeper. I've set my Fitbit to have a 8,000 step goal (it vibrates and lights up when I reach my goal) and I think I can up that milestone to 10,000 now; I am definately getting more steps in.

The home gym arrived, but - whoo! What a pain to assemble!! It's still not ready for me, but I will sweet-talk hubby into finishing that for me this weekend.

Hope everyone is doing well!!
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  • v OPTIGIRL43
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    1003 days ago
    Enjoy your home gym, that sounds wonderful! I love my FitBit, it is amazing how much that little piece of plastic motivates me! Have a wonderful day!
    1003 days ago
    Glad all is going well. It's not how fast you loose it's more critical that the numbers show a loss. It's much healthier to loose slow so your immune system does not become compromised. I used to do this years ago when I would crash diet.

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    1005 days ago
  • v LJOYCE55
    Don't you love it that husbands like being bribed/manipulated/etc? Congrats on being able to up your goal to 10K steps per day.
    1005 days ago
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