PackerFanInGB wrote: »
Just for Monday, 3/23:
Journal every snack and stick to pre-logged meals.
Drink at least 64 oz of water
Take Maddie for a walk around the neighborhood
Lymphatic massage Not the full massage, but did open pathways
Gentle Chair Yoga
Gratitude Journal, inspirational daily readings, Calm app, Bible app lesson/study
Bed on time and get up tomorrow at my normal time! Stop sleeping in!
HOP TO IT!
ZizzyBumble wrote: »
Tuesday 24 March
Stay in the green
fruit and veg 3
Fitbit exercise goals
Mow lawns, tidy house and pack
Completed my logging from yesterday and I was in the green. I’d be feeling brighter this morning were it not for a phone call at 03:00 and that extra glass of wine last night!
Sending good wishes to you all.
Easter Bunny Challenge.🐇 I’ll use my normal Fitbit exercise goals 5 miles, 10000 steps and 30 mins activity.
March 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
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Daily habits: track, 😀exercise, 😀journal😀
Tuesday Action Plan
1. Up at 0630, pill, run app, else walk +squats + dumbbell row, yoga, pill👿—shin is hurting, did stationery bike for 40 minutes instead
2. Put Apple in fridge and water bottle at desk😀
3. On computer, video ready at 0755😀
4. Take Sudafed👿
5. Healthy breakfast at desk😀
6. Pork dish for lunch 🤨—has for dinner, had protein pancakes and an apple for lunch
7. Laundry—one load😀
8. Prep salad for dinner and for next 2 lunches 🤨—made for next 3 lunches but didn’t have it for dinner
9. Upstairs by 9, 👿journal, 😁lights out 9:30👿
Bunny Goal: 30 minutes of exercise or else 10k steps each day
TerriRichardson112 wrote: »
@PackerFanInGB Every single step you take is a step nearer to health and fitness. When first got my Fitbit I started by walking to the end of our road a couple of times a day and then worked up from there.
Then, when I had my knee replacement done in 2015, I could barely do 100 steps per day. I just walked further each day. I did it in short 5 minute walks every hour and increased it each day. It took a month to get above 1000 per day. I just kept increasing it every day. Often walking during ad breaks at night to reach my goal. Now I do 30-45 minute HIIT walking videos most days. It takes less time to reach my goal these days. I seldom have to walk during ad breaks at night anymore.
beachwalker99 wrote: »
@PackerFanInGB - The great thing about walking is that it's really flexible. When I started walking for exercise about 5 years ago, I aimed for 30 minutes at a comfortable pace 3 times a week. At first, it was really hard to make the time for it, but I soon found that I enjoyed having the time and space for myself. So now I plan most days so that I can fit in a walk. It really helps me deal with stress.
asthesoapturns wrote: »
Hey all. I'm not worrying about daily goals at the moment. I came down with a case of suspected Covid-19 so my goal is to take care of myself. I'll be okay, I'm young and otherwise healthy. Mostly exhausted, aside from the coughing garbage, and finding it hard to drag myself up to make food. I hope everyone stays healthy, or if they catch this, kick it quickly.
PackerFanInGB wrote: »
Just for Tuesday
Journal every single bite - good, bad & ugly
Water - DRINK SOME! Seriously! Step away from the coffee and drink some freaking water! 60 oz.
Take 15 minutes twice today to meditate or read something inspirational or just to chill and take some deep breaths. It's all going to be okay. Calm app for meditation. Inspirational readings.
Take time out to notice and be grateful for all of the blessings in my life. Take a moment and thank God.
Walk Maddie Further, faster and longer than day before! Yea!
Lymphatic massage & exercises Partially. Ran out of time!
Knee exercises Nope. Sore after walk.
Gentle chair yoga video First time doing this. LOVE THIS!
Declutter clothes hanging in closet. Start donate box. Started. Didn't get too far...but I started at least!
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