strongscarlet wrote: »
Day 1 = Pass Day 1
Good news: I don’t need surgery
Bad (and surprising) news: I have *shingles*
KCJen wrote: »
So I have noticed in February once I hit my "disqualified" mark that I started slacking. It appears from my spreadsheet everything went downhill around valentines day. Then the following 2 weeks after that have been stressful from my MBA class. Luckily my lightbulb came back on this morning as I was "catching up" with Thursday and Friday's tracking entries in my spreadsheet. I have been more stressed due to not being on the treadmill this week, and slacking on tracking and eating whatever was quick.
Learning to have a healthy lifestyle is teaching me not only do I need to learn what healthy is, and track calories, but I also need to learn how to deal with setbacks in a more healthy mindset, versus all or nothing thinking of "I'll get back on track in March" and let things slide until then.
On a positive note, January I used 21 pass days and in February I used 16. March goal is to use fewer pass days than February and not go in this all or nothing thinking I did in February. I need to focus on progress, not perfection. Slow and steady wins the race
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