Welcome. You can do this. I do agree that there are no "magic" numbers you have to reach each day, but try to be consistent. I wear a pedometer and have goals set for the day. If I walk so many steps by noon, afternoon, etc, I have no trouble reaching my goal by bedtime.
Writing down my steps on the calendar really helps me see where I am and I have daily goals and weekly goals so if I have a day that doesn't work out, I can increase my steps during the week to reach my weekly goal. It works for me.
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