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Fitbit Day 2

Friday, June 15, 2012

Ah, so satisfying. I told myself I wasn't going to change my activity too much this first week. I just wanted to see my baseline and get a sense for where I had to go. That plan backfired. I went of r along walk that I hadn't planned. Then later in the evening, just to get a few extra activity points, I did some youtube zumba. I love watching my little flower grow.

The biggest thing I have learned thus far is that I am NOT getting the sleep I thought I was. I mean, I knew I wasn't getting good sleep because I am tired all the time. However, my littlest Fitbit has shown me that I am only getting maybe 4 hours of sleep for 8 hours of lying in bed. That is not good.

So, I am going to start changing up some of my habits to see if I can improve the numbers. Firstly is going to be to restrict caffeine to first thing in the morning with my tea. Everything after that is a big DEcaf. Going to be sooner will probably help too. We'll just see about getting things turned around!
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    I've never heard of these! Time to do some research. :)
    2193 days ago
    Don't you just love it!
    2196 days ago
    Learning a lot....this is great for you....going to change some things for you
    2198 days ago
  • ELLIE381
    I love my little Fitbit! emoticon
    2198 days ago
    Sleep is my downfall too.
    2198 days ago
    Well, let me just tell you, after reading your blogs from yesterday and another review blog I saw earlier today, I need to get one of these! Love that the flower grows with your activity, and love even more that it actually tells you how much sleep you are getting! I am always exhausted, and have wondered about the quality of my sleep. Plus, DH has sleep apnea, and monitoring his sleep and activity levels would be good, too! Thanks for sharing!
    2198 days ago
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