I am so glad that you were able to see the difference in yourself and the effects of getting off your schedule can do. I am also glad that you recognize you can still stay up late once in a while but not every day. Your long term goals are very realistic so you should be able to accomplish them on a regular basis. Good luck as you move on to your next challenge.
current weight: 19.0 over
Fitness Minutes: (54,048) Posts: 3,151 8/20/11 2:21 P
To sleep perchance to dream. wow I love both! And I feel so much better when I do get them. Except last night I didn't, zomg, hubby wanted to go the the midnight showing of Conan. It was a great show, but oh my it really brings this challenge up close and personal. Staying up that late really made me groggy all day and I wanted to eat like mad. I can't say I won't ever do that again, but it will be rare, like Christmas eve or something. haha
My goals are to continue to go to sleep on time & wake up on time also. I do love how I feel. Take care of my knee to aid restful sleep Drink my water earlier in the day. I do not like getting up all night to got to the bathroom, (although this can also be triggered by sleep apnea) Practice my relaxation at night and end of the day routines.
I've very much enjoyed this challenge and I also want to say a special thanks to all of those who responded to my week 3 posting. I really appreciate your thoughts and kind words. Hugs.
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