Progress Update!

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

As of yesterday, we were 13.33% through the month. I have 15 points. So, doing really well on this so far this month!

Weigh-in didn't go so great:
Weight: 166.7 (up 1 lb)
BF: 36.3 (up .2)
BW: 46.4 (down .1)
BMI 31.4 (up .2)
BONE: 6.5

I have still lost 3.9 lbs since 2/22. Some weeks are gains, some are losses. Not gonna let it get to me today!

It's my oldest boy's birthday! We went out to breakfast on Sunday. Today I will likely get him fast food for dinner (he requested Bojangles).

I start work again tomorrow, and I am really nervous. Not about the job; it's the same typing stuff I always do for them. I am nervous about how sedentary it is. I have VASTLY increased my steps throughout the day, and I don't want to lose that progress. I have made major inroads on my nutrition goals and don't want to lose that progress. I have my meals planned and will get them to go today. Hopefully the next three months run smoothly and I can stay on track!
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  • IAN2409
    Yes, you should still get up at least every hour and just walk around the office if nothing else. And STRETCH!
    1938 days ago
    And extra 30 minute run will make up those extra steps;)
    1938 days ago
    Good job continuing to work your plan and not let your weight loss dictate your mood!

    I also have a very sedentary desk job and it is hard to get in those steps. I am fortunate that I do go to the post office every day so most days I walk to the post office and then also take a quick afternoon break to walk. The sad part is even with those added in I still struggle to meet my 7,000 steps a day goal. It just flat takes hard work and determination, no doubt about it. Good luck!
    1939 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1827804
    Good luck on your job and just remember to stand up and move every 30 minutes! It will make all the difference.
    1939 days ago
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