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  • cschmitz110515cschmitz110515 Posts: 2,070Member Member Posts: 2,070Member Member
    Posting quickly for the day (b/c work - hahaha). Will catch up later...

    Recap T 8/13
    1) Walked dog before work 3.63 mi 1:05:12 (forgot to stretch) = happy dog & happy me :smiley: I'll be happier once humidity drops
    2) Move hourly / stairs breaks / 5 somethings = Fitbit 15,158 steps, 250+ 13/14 (DDS) & 41 floors :smiley:
    3) Meals & snacks prelogged / stick w/ plan / net calories zero / 14c water = Not bad at all... net cals -43 :smile: , sodium -977 :( , sugar -17 (more fruits & veggies), fiber ok, protein good, 14c water
    4) Dentist appt. after lunch = I like the new girl :smile:
    5) GA-C/V progress & be ready to start observations on Thurs. = lots of revisions (reduced checklist) & ready to start observations Wed! :smiley:
    6) Evening to-dos :smile: / unplug 9:00 :smile: / floss :D I'm counting at the dentist / retainers :smile: / set 5:40 alarm (walk dog W a.m.) :smile: / bed & tv off 10:20 :smiley: by 10:00

    JFT W 8/14
    1) Walked dog before work 3.67 mi 1:03:00 & stretched = happy dog & happy me :smiley:
    2) Move hourly / stairs breaks when in office / 5 somethings
    3) Meals & snacks prelogged except supper / happy hour w/ former colleagues ~ preview menu online & stick w/ healthier choice / enjoy 1 adult beverage / net cals zero / 14c water
    4) Observations at least 3 locations today / mileage log / write-ups
    5) Restaurant 4:30 / make cuke salad / band concert 7:30? / take away dog's food 8-9p.m. (dental appt. R) / prep laundry for R / other?
    6) Unplug 9:00 / floss / retainers / set 6:00 alarm (laundry & x-train R a.m.) / bed & tv off 10:20
  • PackerFanInGBPackerFanInGB Posts: 2,494Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,494Member, Premium Member
    Good morning! It's work-at-home Wednesday! My favorite day of the week (besides Saturday and Sunday, of course. :smile: We've got a little break in the heat and humidity today and actually turned off the A/C and have all the windows and doors open, letting in fresh air! It's fabulous! Really lifts my mood, and I don't even mind the clouds or forecast of rain. Sitting in the dining room, listening to the wind blowing through the trees, the birds and squirrels out at the bird feeder and neighbors mowing their lawn instead of phones ringing in cubicles all around me somehow feels cathartic today.

    I came to a decision and will be taking a few days over the weekend to go visit my stepdad, who is fading quickly. I have been struggling between being respectful of his wishes for no visitors and my own feelings of needing him to know how much he means to me. So I'm going, and if all I get to do is give him a hug and tell him I love him, then that will be enough. I'll get the opportunity to give my mom a hug also and perhaps it will help with a bit of closure.

    In the meantime, today I will enjoy these quiet moments at home, be kind, and will take time to just be grateful for the day. I think if I can find a place of peace in my heart, my healthy habits will follow. It isn't like I've gone off the deep end food-wise....but the emotional toll has left me exhausted and I've not gotten any activity in quite some time. I think if I just walked daily, I'd probably drop 5 lbs quickly. So, one of my goals today is to NOT eat any of the brownies my husband baked last night and left on the counter, and to take Maddie for a walk during my lunch break today! :flowerforyou:

    @Snowflake1968 Those wedding pictures are absolutely precious! What a beautiful family you have! I especially loved the pics of the flower girl and ring bearer! Such innocence captured in those photos.

    @clicketykeys I'm sure being tired is making a difference in whether you lose weight or not. It is making a HUGE difference for me right now. You have so much on your plate, that I am always in awe of how much you get done. I could not do it. The same with @Faebert ! You two are so busy that I feel like a schlump! (is that a word?)

    @cschmitz110515 How was your walk this morning? Isn't it nice to have a break in the humidity today? I think even the yard critters agree...it's like a wildlife sanctuary out there today! :mrgreen:

    @maryrobinson40 GOOD MORNING! You always put such a big smile on my face! LOVE YOU! :heart:

    Have a wonderful day my friends! I'm thinking of you all! :flowerforyou:
  • RaevsRealityRaevsReality Posts: 21Member Member Posts: 21Member Member
    Just for today:
    * No late night snacking
    * Stay within 100 cal of my daily goal
    * Get into bed by 11pm

    Starting small!
  • PackerFanInGBPackerFanInGB Posts: 2,494Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,494Member, Premium Member
    Just for Today/Tuesday:
    1. Journal every single bite :(
    2. WATER: 68+ oz :(
    3. Activity: Hit my FitBit Goal steps :(
    4. Self-Care: Take 30 minutes (even just 15 minutes at a time) to rejuvenate and reflect :) Listened to podcasts, gave myself a mini pedi, heart-to-heart with husband, made decisions, perused Pinterest
    5. Be kind and look for the positives in every situation :) Changed the sentence "I only have 2 days of vacation right now, so I'll have to use it up to go see my stepdad and mom and won't have it to help mom after he passes" to..."I have 2 days of vacation that I am able to use to go see my stepdad and mom, and I will have 7 days of bereavement time off work to go help mom after he passes." Sounds morbid, but I've been very stressed about this. They are 8 hours away.
    6. Bedtime early: Gratitude journal, inspirational readings, Calm app and read. :s Worst night I've had in a very long time. Didn't get to sleep until 3:00 a.m. due to heartburn, hip and leg pain and obsessing.
    7. Set alarm and get up tomorrow without hitting snooze!!!! :s Yeah...that didn't happen... ;)

    I know my progress yesterday looks horrible, but I'm actually feeling pretty good about it. I did take the time out for self-care and it was the thing I needed the most on my list. Plus, I'm back today to be accountable, so that's a good step also. Moving forward with a new day....

    JFT Wednesday
    1. Journal every bite
    2. WATER: 68+ oz
    3. Activity: FitBit step goal / walk outside at least 15 minutes / up and down basement stairs x5 / Arm work with light weights
    4. Self-Care: Two 15-minute breaks to rejuvenate.
    5. Bed early. Gratitude journal / inspirational readings / Calm app / read a novel until lights out.
    6. Set alarm an hour earlier to be at work by 0630 tomorrow for meeting. (I reallyyyy suck at this.)

    My 2019 WOY is Tenacity: Tenacity is the quality displayed by someone who just won't quit — who keeps trying until they reach their goal.

  • PackerFanInGBPackerFanInGB Posts: 2,494Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,494Member, Premium Member
    Just for today:
    * No late night snacking
    * Stay within 100 cal of my daily goal
    * Get into bed by 11pm

    Starting small!

    Starting small is the best way to start! :smile: Welcome!
  • clicketykeysclicketykeys Posts: 3,350Member Member Posts: 3,350Member Member
    @PackerFanInGB - I don't feel like I actually do that much! Like, there's a huge list for my JFT, but (a) it's a lot of little things that if I don't keep track of them I'll forget until they're past due and then there's trouble, and (b) I often don't cross off everything on the list, but it still needs to be done at some point, so it just gets punted to the next day!
  • RaevsRealityRaevsReality Posts: 21Member Member Posts: 21Member Member
    Just for today:
    * No late night snacking
    * Stay within 100 cal of my daily goal
    * Get into bed by 11pm

    Starting small!

    Starting small is the best way to start! :smile: Welcome!

    Completely agree - I have a tendency to jump in head first, inner fire ablazing only to belly flop hard and get discouraged lol
  • ZizzyBumbleZizzyBumble Posts: 487Member Member Posts: 487Member Member
    Wednesday 14 August

    Log accurately :)
    Stay in the green :)
    5 fruit and veg :)
    Fitbit excercise goals :)
    Jan challenge :)
    Feb challenge :)
    Mar challenge :)
    Apr challenge :)
    May challenge :)
    Jun challenge :)
    Jul challenge :)
    Aug challenge :)

    It looks as if it might be a wet day today and I have a mountain of household chores that I should tackle! @snowflake1968 I really should follow your example and do some decluttering.

    It was wet but I did get out for a short walk and I have done some housework and a small amount of decluttering. Tomorrow I will be out with my parents visiting a garden.
  • korina75korina75 Posts: 262Member, Premium Member Posts: 262Member, Premium Member
    JFT 8/14 Recap

    30 minutes :)
    Eat within calories :| Close, only over by 25
    catch up on laundry :| Halfway there!
    tidy up house :s
    10 minutes yoga/stretching :s
    Water at all meals :)

    Not too bad, didn't eat enough at lunch and ended up overdoing it at dinnertime but not by much. I need to remember to eat more during the day, dinner should be a lighter meal for me. Got in my workout early though and had a pretty relaxing day. No more food or drinks for me tonight! Taking it easy and just relaxing and reading this evening.
  • TerriRichardson112TerriRichardson112 Posts: 7,225Member Member Posts: 7,225Member Member
    @PackerFanInGB (((Hugs)))

    Scale Goals progress:
    SW: 227 (Mar 2014) Worsening hip problem made weight loss imperative.
    Jan 2015: 220: -7lbs; Struggled on my own to lose that 7 lbs. Joined MFP on daughter's recommendation.
    UGW: 153 (losing 1 lb per week)
    Sept 2015: 189:✅ -38; Had my hip replacement op.
    Oct 2016: 153:✅ -75: My lowest weight in a long time. It was a really struggle losing the final few lbs.
    Nov 2016: 160:🤦🏼‍♀️ -68: A holiday and several family celebrations later.
    Feb 2017: 164:🤦🏼‍♀️ -64 Christmas and more celebrations!
    Aug 2017: 159.2:✅ -68.8 I seem to have reached an equilibrium around 160/5.
    Jan 2018: 165: 😏 Still working on discarding that last 12 lbs.
    Jan 2019: 165: 😏 Still working at it.
    Goal for Dec 2019: 155
    Apr 2019: 162.4: 😄 Decided to concentrate more on health and fitness. I am increasing my strength training.
    Jul 2019: 166.2: 💪🏻 Muscle % increasing, but so is weight. Measurements are decreasing. Holiday 20 - 27 July Is bound to push it up more!
    28/07/2019: 169.6: 😜 Holiday baggage is the pits! This morning My Scale informed me that I was 'Overfat'. Let's see what I can do in 4 days to bring this back down!
    29/07/2019: 169.0 😁 Phew! It’s shifting! Now I gotta stay on track.
    30/07/2019: 168.2: Scale now says I’m ‘healthy’ lol!
    31/07/2019: 168.4: Normal daily fluctuation.
    1 Aug 2019: 167.8:
    06/08: 167.4
    07/08: 167.4
    08/08: 166.9
    09/08: 166.4
    10/08: 166.4
    11/08: 166.3
    12/08: 166.0
    13/08: 166.0
    14/08: 165.2
    ==============================
    DISCARD 5 LBS CHALLENGE
    NAME: Terri
    SW: 167.4
    GW: 162.4
    CW: 165.2 - 2.2 lb
    ==============================

    JFT: Wed 14 August[/b]
    • Meditation/Reflection 🌟
    • Log food/follow through/hydrate 🌟
    • 10 mins dynamic yoga 🌟 + 15 mins lower body circuits 🌟
    • 6000+ steps 🌟
    • Grocery shopping 🌟
    • Spend time with elder daughter who is coming to lunch 🌟
    • 15+ mins declutter session 🌟 (dressing table area)
    • Work on crochet 🌟

    JFT: Thu 15 August[/b]
    • Meditation/Reflection
    • Log food/stay in the green/hydrate
    • 10 mins dynamic yoga + 15 mins lower body circuits
    • 6000+ steps
    • Laundry
    • Physio appointment @ hospital
    • 15+ mins declutter session
    • Work on crochet
    edited August 14
  • clicketykeysclicketykeys Posts: 3,350Member Member Posts: 3,350Member Member
    Checking in from Wednesday
    1. Therapy exercises: lunges, push-ups, ankle lifts. Balance work. Feed cats. Meds. Tea!
    2. Before school: Check class websites. Update first directions.
    3. Class 1: Guidelines for assessment. Dialogue review. MLA formatting. Narrative assessment.
    4.Class 2-3: PBWiki discussion. Guidelines for assessment. Dialogue review. MLA formatting. Narrative assessment. 3rd block gets candy; check list.
    5. Planning: A - Update class websites. B - Blog post: Professional Attire. C - Input classwork grades. D - Grade 10 summer essays.
    6. Drink more water. No, more. Keep the pitcher in the fridge full. You're not actually hungry. Make some tea. Drink more water! PLAN AND LOG FOR TOMORROW.
    7. Lifting after school. NO REHEARSAL! Check for protein bar, yogurts, pressed powder, Neuro Sleep. GNC? Hobby Lobby flamingoes? Park check-in. Laundry. :P
    8. Read 10 pages of Dying for a Paycheck. Update Goodreads Friday. Weigh and prep celery. Prep cheese. Pack lunch.
    9. Gratitude journal. Therapy exercises: lunges, push-ups, ankle lifts, plank. Meds. Floss, rinse, brush teeth. Alarm set for 5:10.

    JFT Thursday
    1. AM run: try for 4 miles. Therapy exercises: lunges, push-ups, ankle lifts. Balance work. Feed cats. Meds. Tea!
    2. Before school: Check class websites. Update first directions.
    3. Class 1: Characterization work. Begin reading "Fan Club."
    4. Pit Crew: Something I wish people realized about me. [or] A - When grownups talk about "making good choices," what do they want you to do? B - Why do teenagers make bad choices if they know they're bad choices?!
    5. Class 2-3: Characterization work. Read "Fan Club."
    6. Planning: A - Update class websites. B - Blog post. C - Input classwork grades. D - Grade 10 summer essays.
    7. Drink more water. No, more. Keep the pitcher in the fridge full. You're not actually hungry. Make some tea. Drink more water! PLAN AND LOG FOR TOMORROW. Pack the checkbook.
    8. Leave for rehearsal by 7:45.
    9. Read 10 pages of Dying for a Paycheck. Update Goodreads Friday. Weigh and prep celery. Prep cheese. Pack lunch. Gratitude journal. Therapy exercises: lunges, push-ups, ankle lifts, plank. Meds. Floss, rinse, brush teeth. Alarm set for 5:10.
    10. Ask about how to support new AP. Practice hair braiding with D. Check on appts for drs. Remind D to ask his dad about the table. Check with D about ceiling and taking items to the dump. START BLOGGING AGAIN. 3 posts/week? Create test for MLA format, poetry. Put jewelry away. Fold laundry. Complete bartending course. Therapy exercises: lunges, push-ups, ankle lifts, box jumps, plank. Remember that M does not like surprises! Continue bartending course. Check w/ dad about getting bikes to shop next week (?) Duty 9/16 and 9/23.

    Scale goals
    End of 2017: 174.6
    End of 2018: 189.2
    January 2019: 186.0
    February 2019: 187.0
    Today: 192.0

    Ongoing plans/ideas behind the cut
    1. Purchases: Look for an "ugly Christmas sweater" and a long-haired doll at thrift stores. Practice French braiding. Go to used bookstore and look for On Writing (Stephen King), Dying for a Paycheck (Robin Hardman), The Prince (tr. Tim Parks, Russell Price, or Robert Adams), The Secret Adversary (Christie).
    2. E2: What should the controlling ideas be in a study of world literature? Review world lit options. Create vocabulary lists for each unit that come from the texts used: Animal Farm, Julius Caesar, Wes Moore, I Am Malala. Find a way to incorporate changing words from one part of speech to another. Students need to know how to review multiple sources and synthesize information in order to draw a conclusion. Need practice with the difference between transitions and overlapping (at end of paragraph - "another issue is Y" vs "there are other issues besides X"). Quit using "in conclusion" and "I believe" and other writing-about-my-writing phrases. Confusion between direct/indirect objects and prepositional phrases. Use the UDHR and the Declaration of Independence to study paraphrasing; use that to front-load Machiavelli and how to deal with challenging texts. Confusion between everyday / every day and similar constructions.
    3. E1: Need practice with quoting & paraphrasing sources, identifying claims that would need support, use of last names for reference, and capitalization practice (common/proper nouns, titles). Difficulty using possessive nouns in their own writing. Honors: practice subject/object pronouns (my friend and I / my friend and me). Poetry: Revise "Songs are Poetry" handouts.
    4. Curriculum Development: Writing mini-unit. Review scholarly research on 5PE. (I think I can have this as an intro to the research unit so that they also get exposure to how quotes are integrated and cited.) Parallel structure; use of emotional language, specific detail. Use "Write About a Pebble" lesson from Atwell. How long should each unit take? Do research on characteristics: curiosity, persistence, resilience, creativity, responsibility, optimism, courage, integrity, authenticity, leadership, self-awareness, humility, compassion - others? Include grammarly check on essays! Review assessments. What is the purpose for each unit? What should the controlling ideas be in a study of world literature? Review world lit options. Schedule assessments for Fall 2019; plan out return times. Write 1 reflection weekly; type one in Classroom by Weds. Copy-paste to PB for comments due Friday. PB usernames 6 digits, no 19 or 20s, no birthdates. Homework: Online journal Mon due Tue; Reflection Tue due Wed; C&P journal in class Wed; Comments Thu due Fri. Bonus if you are the first response; further bonus if you respond to comments on your post. Grammar practice Mon & Wed; quiz Fri.
    5. Professional Development: Write blog post weekly. Comment on 3 posts each week -Tu Th Sun? Check with PSC. Talk with Z about articles and/or conference proposals. NOTE: ATTEND POST FLEX DAY RATHER THAN PRE FLEX DAY.
    6. Medical: Dentist Oct 29 8 AM. Onco Oct 22 9:30. PCP Sept 18 10:15. ObG Oct 22 10:30. GET MAGAZINES FOR COLLAGES FROM DOCTORS. PCP - allergy shots?
    7. Theater: Mamma Mia. Next?
    8. House: Mineral oil on tile spots. Check with D about ceiling and taking items to the dump.
    9. Fun: Open beading on Thursdays. Coloring at library on Tuesday. Put jewelry away. Edney Hack Nights alt Weds. ASL? Spanish/Portuguese practice? Practice piano. ROL Secret Adversary. Get bikes fixed.
    10. Volunteering ideas: Theater. Library. Animal shelter.

    WFTY: Climbing. Well, I decided not to lift today - I had forgotten it was our anniversary! So I took it easy tonight. But I'm going to try to go to bed early and then get up and run.
  • Snowflake1968Snowflake1968 Posts: 3,759Member Member Posts: 3,759Member Member
    @Faebert - I don’t know how you are running on a sore hip, I’m barely able to move after walking a little bit.

    @aubyshortcake - hopefully the fence quote is within your budget and you can get your girl home!

    @clicketykeys - I agree with you. I find when I’m tired I eat more. I always eat more after a sleepless night. I wish there was a switch that could be used to shut our brains off.

    Dying for a paycheque sounds interesting. Is Pit Crew a class where they’ll have to write an essay for those questions? Those are thought provoking questions to me.

    @HEGoddard0928 - you and Matt both must be so relieved that he’s back to work! That will ease your mind a bit.

    @nlmackey98 - glad to see you had a good day. The photographer was amazing she made everyone feel so at ease. I hope that once I get a copy of the video I can share it with you all. The videographer was the photographer’s husband.

    @maryrobinson40 - i heard you singing “good morning” to us! It made me think of the old viagra commercial! I’m sure that wasn’t your intention but it made me smile!

    @PackerFanInGB - I think In your shoes I would be going for a visit too. I think people that do things like that don’t realize what it does to the people that love them not being able to be there for them.

    I’m partial to the ring bearer and flower girl too. They were so happy that day and proud to be in their Auntie Bug’s wedding. They never call her Kaitlyn, Bug is her nickname by her Father only since the night she was born. He never calls her Kaitlyn either.

    I would call yesterday and today a win since you came back.

    @ZizzyBumble - all of this decluttering at work is reminding me that I should do some at home again. I did a lot last winter but it doesn’t take long to need it again. Have a great day worth your parents!

    @TerriRichardson112 - that is a nice steady loss you have going!


    edited August 15
  • Snowflake1968Snowflake1968 Posts: 3,759Member Member Posts: 3,759Member Member

    SW - 186.6
    CW - 184.6
    The SW is the weight the day we started this challenge, CW is my daily weigh in JFT

    JFT - Wednesday Aug 14
    2L of water - 👿
    Log all food - 🙂
    Gratitude journal - 🙂

    JFT - Wednesday Aug 14
    2L of water
    Log all food
    Gratitude journal

    I am struggling so hard to remember to drink at work. We don’t take proper breaks and I get busy and just forget to go fill my bottle or drink it when I do. My daughter uses an app that has virtual flowers, if she doesn’t drink enough her flowers die. She is getting all of her water in using this app. I think I should find out what it is and use it too.

    I left my office in complete disarray today, I am so close to being done organizing that I think I may go in early tomorrow and try to get a head start. We are having a barbecue lunch tomorrow at work so will have to be mindful of my time.

    The Grands and their parents were here for supper tonight, it’s been two weeks so I really enjoyed the visit. I need to have them over for a sleepover soon, it’s been way too long!

    Well I bought a new book tonight so I think I’ll head to bed early to get started on it. There is massive thunder occurring right now, no lightning or rain though. It’s very strange!

    Have a good day tomorrow everyone!
  • maryrobinson40maryrobinson40 Posts: 892Member Member Posts: 892Member Member
    Had a wonderful Wednesday loving on others! It made my day full and meaningful.
    Now I'm reflecting. It will soon be a whole year of me being with most of you. Time
    Goes by fast, wish the weight loss would go just as fast. Lol…
    Good night all.
  • ZizzyBumbleZizzyBumble Posts: 487Member Member Posts: 487Member Member
    Thursday 15 August

    Log accurately
    Stay in the green
    5 fruit and veg
    Fitbit excercise goals
    Jan challenge
    Feb challenge
    Mar challenge
    Apr challenge
    May challenge
    Jun challenge
    Jul challenge
    Aug challenge
  • FaebertFaebert Posts: 1,091Member Member Posts: 1,091Member Member
    Morning all. Have a busy day today with some low-level anxiety. I am heading up to Manchester to meet the surgeon who will be doing my mastectomy and reconstruction. So I should hopefully find out when that will be and start to plan for it. I’m taking the kids with me as my sister lives up there so she can look after them for me and then we’ll have an evening together.

    Tomorrow we are all coming back on the same train as my sister is spending the weekend down here as we all celebrate my parents’ 45th wedding anniversary. For that, I’m doing a big lunch at my place on Sunday so Friday night and all of Saturday will involve prep work. But, one thing at a time...

    Wednesday goals recap:
    - morning run ✅ 7.3 miles/ 12ish km 😊
    - Put away laundry!!! ✅
    - Walk into town for kids’ appointments (hairdresser, optician etc) ✅
    - Go to gym to sort kids membership ✅
    - Health food store ✅
    - finish downstairs house revamp ❎
    - Pack for Manchester✅
    - Lay out gym kit ✅
    - Bed by 9:30 ✅

    Thursday goals:
    - Warrior class 6:30am ✅
    - hang laundry ✅
    - pack snacks/ lunch
    - leave by 11
    - buy kids’ lunch at train station
    - get cash for taxi
    - appt at 2:30
    - bed by reasonable hour

    Have a good day everyone x
  • korina75korina75 Posts: 262Member, Premium Member Posts: 262Member, Premium Member
    Jft 8/15

    30 minutes exercise
    Stretching/yoga
    lots of water
    no alcohol
    journal
    laundry

    Bit busier of a day which is good. Things have slowed down since I was on vacation so I need to do some prospecting so I have some closings around the holidays. Get to go snuggle a newborn baby later today so that's exciting! A colleague/friend had a baby not long ago.
  • aubyshortcakeaubyshortcake Posts: 606Member Member Posts: 606Member Member
    Good morning all! I hope everyone has a great day!

    Yesterday 8/14:

    1. Stay within calorie goal😁
    2. Finish work at 5:15😔
    3. Finish cleaning bathroom😔
    4. Clear off kitchen countertops😁

    JFT 8/15:

    1. Stay within calorie goal
    2. Finish work at 5:15
    3. Finish cleaning bathroom
    4. Cook dinner
  • cschmitz110515cschmitz110515 Posts: 2,070Member Member Posts: 2,070Member Member
    Recap W 8/14
    1) Walked dog before work 3.67 mi 1:03:00 & stretched = happy dog & happy me :smiley:
    2) Move hourly / stairs breaks when in office / 5 somethings = Fitbit 16,386 steps, 250+ 12/14 & 29 floors :smiley:
    3) Meals & snacks prelogged except supper / happy hour w/ former colleagues ~ preview menu online & stick w/ healthier choice / enjoy 1 adult beverage / net cals zero / 14c water = Did well at restaurant then not so good once home... net cals -452 :s , sodium -2,658 :o , sugar -9, fiber ok, protein excellent, 14c water
    4) Observations at least 3 locations today :smiley: 4 locations done / mileage log :smile: / write-ups no time
    5) Restaurant 4:30 :smile: / make cuke salad / band concert 7:30? / take away dog's food 8-9p.m. (dental appt. R) :smile: / prep laundry for R :smile: / other? :smile: digital decluttering
    6) Unplug 9:00 :neutral: just found out friend from church passed away :'( / floss :s / retainers :s / set 6:00 alarm (laundry & x-train R a.m.) :smile: / bed & tv off 10:20 :neutral: arm hurt, sad about B, trouble falling asleep

    JFT R 8/15 ~ Last night I did something stupid and strained a muscle in my upper right arm. Decided rest was best, and skipped my planned weights/circuit session this morning. Couldn't walk dog our usual distance because she had to fast for her dental appt. today. So now I'm trying to eat up produce & leftovers without a workout = sad me. I love my exercise/activity calories.
    1) 2 loads laundry on clothesline & dog to vet before work :smile:
    2) Observation at last location / mileage log / O/I s/s / summary pages / request surveillance DVDs
    3) Move hourly / stairs breaks / 5 somethings
    4) Meals & snacks prelogged / net cals -200 / 14c water
    5) Pick up dog 4:30-5:00 / GBBG 6:00? / balance bank accts / update budget s/s / plan/make donations / reschedule hair appt. / fold laundry (remember socks/undies in dryer) & take upstairs / make cuke salad / register for Run for the Hill of It 5K / other?
    6) Unplug 9:00 / FLOSS / RETAINERS / set 5:40 alarm (walk dog F before work) / bed & tv off 10:20
    edited August 15
  • clicketykeysclicketykeys Posts: 3,350Member Member Posts: 3,350Member Member
    @Snowflake1968 - It's not a class, actually; it's our homeroom group, but we're using that time to make it a team-building group. So we'll talk about choices and plans for the future and stuff like that.
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