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July Report

Friday, August 21, 2015

I'm still behind on blogging, but I'm catching up! July started well but I lost focus towards the end of the month.



NUTRITION

I met my caloric goals of 1450 calories or less 21/31 days, or 67% accuracy. My goal was 75% accuracy, but still a worthy effort! However I think I have miscalculated calories somewhere, because the weight is not coming off like it should.



FITNESS

This month I earned 3,000 fitness minutes! I went on four walks, and I did 3 one-hour ballet/strength training workouts a week.



WEIGHT AND MEASUREMENTS

I went from 158 to 156 this month, and lost 2 pounds! I still have not mustered the courage to face the measuring tape.



OTHER JULY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

emoticon I read 6 books last month: Pride and Prejudice, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, All Quiet on the Western Front, The Odyssey, Kidnapped, and Hiroshima!

emoticon I wrote 4 blogs last month!



AUGUST GOALS

emoticon Write 8 blogs

emoticon Meet my goal of 1450 calories with 75% accuracy

emoticon Do 3-4 one-hour strength training sessions per week

emoticon Do 4 cardio sessions per week

emoticon Earn 3,000 monthly fitness minutes

emoticon Take measurements this month

emoticon 3-2-1 punch: 3 fish oil capsules daily, 2 Metamucil daily, no more than 1 dessert daily.

emoticon Read at least 7 books this month

emoticon Lose 2 pounds and reach 154 this month!
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  • BABYBARNEY
    Love a gal with goals...make it happen!
    1175 days ago
  • KOFFEENUT
    You always have such great goals - not just what you want to accomplish, but some of the things you need to do to GET there!
    1179 days ago
  • LIZSPRINGSTEEN
    Have a fantastic, healthy and fit weekend!
    1179 days ago
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