The past week or so I have fallen off the logging food/eating healthy cycle. If I don’t log, it usually means I am eating things I’d rather not log! Also, with the new work schedule and things popping up at Roger’s school, I have missed some of my exercise goals. I know I cannot be perfect all the time but I know the exercise does help me mentally as well as give me more energy. You may have realized I was not cycling as much due to the lack of blogging. Again, I do realize that these posts do help my mind settle down a bit.
I know most people always start their diets back on a Monday. I hate being that cliché but my husband’s 41st birthday is tomorrow. That means a delicious dinner tonight. Tomorrow, drinks and cake will be devoured. Today and tomorrow I will log my exercise on MyFitnessPal but will go back to strictly logging my food on Monday, cliché and all.
One goal I have met is walking over 10,000 steps every day this week. YAY for me! Today I am not confident I will reach that goal since it’s pouring out but will try going up and down the stairs a bunch today. I do have to clean up the house a bit anyhow. That should help with my step goal.
Another goal I have been keeping is my squat challenge. Today was 160 squats. Tomorrow is the rest day. I had been planning on resting my body on the squat rest days. SO, I am not sure I will be on this bike tomorrow or back on it Monday.
Thanks for all the support!
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Sounds like you are going in a great direction. Wish I was as good as you. I think I’m going to suggest that my son get me a fit bit for Christmas instead of always giving me money. I think I told you I joined Planet fitness and I was delighted that on one of their machines I was up to 3,000 steps. That was so fabulous to me and I deluded myself into thinking that I must accomplish the other 7,000 steps just around the house and yard. That’s called self delusion. I was so tired after 1 hour at planet fitness that I usually ended up taking a nap! Anyway, I really like the idea of the fit bit and perhaps if I had one, I’d work harder to accomplish the 10,000 steps a day. Stay well Leah! Love you!