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December Report

Thursday, January 07, 2016

As I mentioned earlier, someone was fixing the computer for most of December. I got behind with tracking and blogging. I didn't feel that far off-track, but looking it over now I see how I fell into some old habits that are now being undone!



NUTRITION

I met my caloric goals of 1450 calories or less 17/31 days this month, which is only 54% accuracy. I had a few too many treats!



FITNESS

This month I earned 1,705 fitness minutes, which is about a half-effort compared to my fitness minutes over the summer. I also fell out of the habit of strength training.



WEIGHT AND MEASUREMENTS

I actually lost a few Thanksgiving pounds in December! I went from 163 to 161. If it had been a normal month (and not Christmas and cookies season), I would have done even better!



OTHER DECEMBER ACCOMPLISHMENTS

emoticon I read 3 books last month: The Girl on the Train; A Wrinkle in Time; and Touching Spirit Bear!

emoticon I beat my record and earned 29,625 yearly fitness minutes in 2015!



I start my long-term subbing position in a matter of weeks. It's stressful trying to plan and get everything together. But if I have the time, I have new ideas for goal tracking and monthly reports. Becoming organized is like a new obsession for me. Even my lists have lists!

Take care, friends!
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  • KOFFEENUT
    Getting everything ready so you can do the best possible job on a temporary assignment IS stressful. Good for you for getting as much preparation in as you can!

    p.s. I recently re-read A Wrinkle in Time myself; was a childhood favorite!
    1042 days ago
  • KOHINOOR2
    emoticon emoticon Thank you for sharing.
    1042 days ago
  • BABYBARNEY
    JANUARY is a whole new beginning!
    1042 days ago
  • PASTORMIKE29
    Its okay!
    1043 days ago
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