Day 175: 3/5/16

Saturday, March 05, 2016

Mom had another surgery Tuesday so I've spent the last four days, at the hospital or running her errands and still working full time. Needless to say I have not made the best nutrition choices while I was out and about on the town this week. Look at my tracker it is almost blank ( I don't remember or know how to log any of it). But I know I went over calories in a major way this week and let us not even think about our sodium goals. I am not continuing my trackless eating though, I have made breakfast and lunch for tomorrow already and have a plan in place for dinner, I am stopping this behavior before it becomes permanent. I didn't get in my Formal exercise for the last four days either so that tracker is also blank :( I did however wind up walking a lot my first day at the hospital (all week actually) and the first day I climbed 4 flights of stairs., just not my sustained timed exercise. This next week will be a test in my preparedness, sis's mental fortitude, mom's recovery and my determination to get out there and exercise. Which will win the battle of the will versus the conveniences? Check in next week to find out. :) I know the scale probably went up this week but I am not ok with it continuing to climb after weigh-in on Monday. I have a new kitchen scale that I am using to make sure my portions are actually correct (especially subs from the deli and such) My next three lunches are preped and so are my uniforms and exercise gear. We will see if that will get me thru til half time, my next day off. Hopefully my heart rate monitor and Ipod will get here soon so that I can have an extra excuse to go exercise. Wish me luck.
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  • TEMPLE15
    You have a lot on your plate. However, you sound determined. I am pretty sure that you will be able to make it work this coming week.
    1667 days ago
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