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26th of October

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Wow! What a day. Our high was 20 very challenging to be active and burn calories. I did do some walking in the house not fast enough to achieve a good burn, but I did not sit Iall the time and just cuddle in a blanket. I did drinkn64 oz. of water even though it was not really attractive being so cold, but I am proud of achieving the goal. I also tracked my eating which was good because I did not go over on calories being hungry. Another super cold day tomorrow so if anyone could share how they cope in the cold it would be appreciated. I live in Texas and am challenged by super hot summer, but this super cold is a new challenge.
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    emoticon Wear layers and avoid cotton. My DH often wears a beanie in the house when he gets cold; keeping your head warm is essential. One good thing about Covid are the masks, they help warm the air and protect your face from the cold and wind. Who could have imagined any good coming from the pandemic? But the layered homemade masks are great in the cold.
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    Shivering burns calories! LOL
    29 days ago
    I love YouTube workouts for days when I don't want to go outside, especially the cardio dancing ones. They're so fun! I never had any luck trying to do my own workouts inside before realizing that following along is much easier!
    29 days ago
    I have lived in South Dakota all my life so we get the swings of
    hot to cold with our seasons. I take time to walk around the block
    when I can and try to move oftener in the office when working.
    At home, I make trips up and down the stairs to get my steps in.
    Bundle up for the cold is the best advice I can give you.
    29 days ago
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