I am going to have to see what a treadmill desk looks like. I wouldn't mind some casual walking while at work.
I have a hard time with planning meals too. I tried the meal suggestions that SparkPeople has, but I turned it off after a while because it kept suggesting foods I don't really eat. I just try to keep it as unprocessed as possible.
My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four. Unless there are three other people. ~ Orson Welles
I wish I had a treadmill desk! That would be so cool!
Planning is key for me! I find if I plan my meals I do a lot better. And I try to make things for lunch that I don't need to nuke. Today, for instance, I'm having chicken salad (chicken, granny smith apple and light mayo) with cantaloupe. Dinner is my biggest struggle. Evenings are crazy! Trying to find something easily edible before the boys extra curricular activities is hard.
You'll see results soon enough.
The question should be, is it worth trying to do, not can it be done. - Allard Lowenstein
Goals: Reach 180 by 8/1/13 Reach 175 by 10/01/13 Reach 170 by 12/01/13 Reach 165 by 2/1/14
I've just joined your office worker's team. I have been using a treadmill desk but not seeing much result as i can only walk 2 hours a day at .8 mph while i work. I'm finding it harder to walk the two hours, but i keep telling myself i can do it and eventually at least one pound has got to move. I've also take 650 calories (pop and cookies) out of my daily diet. But still I'm weighing in at 247 on a good day. Planning meals seems to be the hardest part. I don't use nuke machines so that makes it even harder.
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