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Chapter 29, Day 4

Sunday, July 29, 2018

I'm working on getting back into the health and fitness groove. Yesterday, I did well with fitness minutes and steps. While I stayed within my daily food range, I missed the low end range target, because of snacking choices. Today I go for the gold standard.

Yesterday was a messed up day schedule wise. I had some unexpecteds with the grands, and pushed client work aside for that. Today, I need to focus on my business. I slept in this morning so I feel a bit behind, but rest is good for my body.

Another day of opportunity
Splendid cool morning to walk

fitness minutes + 10K steps + healthy meals, and freggie snacks = gold standard

Stop wishing, start creating _______!
"the body I want"
The time to act is now.

What do you wish to create?

Total Daily Calories: 1026

Had to work hard for this screen for all green on the calorie burn. I realized at 11p I had to do another half hour of interval training to pull it off. Jeez Louise.....
Kitchen is closed. I'm going to bed hungry, and I guess I will just have to get used to it.
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    Every day is a new day, another chance. I'm glad to see that you're back on the horse.
    Sleep is important, family is important. Enjoy the journey
    135 days ago
    Yes, today is a fresh new start, full of opportunities. Glad you got some rest are having cool mornings. Good job with your fitness and healthy eating. Happy stepping and eating. Go for the gold my friend. emoticon emoticon
    135 days ago
  • EISSA7
    Your gold standard plan is 100% on target....that is basically the recipe for healthy, fit living! emoticon
    135 days ago
  • LINDA058
    Great plan
    135 days ago
    I want to create healthy life-long habits! Way to go, my friend! That's the attitude that will get you there!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    135 days ago
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