WOMEN AGES 50+ FOR APRIL 2020

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  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 22,201 Member
    Review ... (Distances include cycling + walking + a bit of rowing)
    Mar-15 … 489.8 km (304.3 miles) = 38 hours 4 min
    Apr-15 … 491.94 km (305.6 miles) = 43 hours 6 min
    May-15 … 361.81 km (224.8 miles) = 35 hours 50 min
    Jun-15 … 569.53 km (353.9 miles) = 41 hours 53 min
    Jul-15 … 230.7 km (143.35 miles) = 32 hours 45 min
    Aug-15 … 211.3 km (131.3 miles) = 28 hours 8 min
    Sep-15 … 306.7 km (190.6 miles) = 35 hour 2 min
    Oct-15 … 441.82 km (274.5 miles) = 47 hours 43 min
    Nov-15 … 660.21 km (410.23 miles) = 60 hours 41 min
    Dec-15 … 499.91 km (282.8 miles) = 54 hours 56 min
    Jan-16 … 864.79 km (537.35 miles) = 65 hours 36 min
    Feb-16 … 470.53 km (292.4 miles) = 40 hours 39 min
    Mar-16 … 917.73 km (570.2 miles) = 66 hours 13 min
    Apr-16 … 417.83 km (259.6 miles) = 40 hours 23 min
    May-16 … 267.09 km (165.9 miles) = 36 hours 10 min
    Jun-16 … 552.1 km (343 miles) = 54 hours 48 min
    Jul-16 … 709 km (440.5 miles) = 60 hours 41 minutes
    Aug-16 … 775.9 km (482.1 miles) = 54 hours 52 minutes
    Sep-16 … 371.3 km (230.7 miles) = 32 hours 20 min
    Oct-16 … 649 km (403.3 miles) = 49 hours 46 min
    Nov-16 … 403 km (250.4 miles) = 52 hours 16 min
    Dec-16 … 511.05 km (317.55 miles) = 52 hours 2 min
    Jan-17 … 741.9 km (461.0 miles) = 70 hours 3 min
    Feb-17 … 600.5 km (373.1 miles) = 57 hours 30 min
    Mar-17 … 1113.2 km (691.7 miles) = 78 hours 25 min
    Apr-17 … 1181.9 km (734.4 miles) = 76 hours 45 min
    May-17 … 426.6 km (265.1 miles) = 39 hours 21 min
    Jun-17 … 575.7 km (357.7 miles) = 41 hours 53 min
    Jul-17 … 714 km (443.7 miles) = 52 hours 23 min
    Aug-17 … 475.8 km (295.6 miles) = 38 hours 41 min
    Sep-17 … 455.5 km (283 miles) = 41 hours 25 min
    Oct-17 … 647.1 km (402.1 miles) = 57 hours 19 min
    Nov-17 … 427.0 km (265.3 miles) = 50 hours 4 min
    Dec-17 … 553.5 km (343.9 miles) = 52 hours 12 min
    Jan-18 … 590.2 km (366.7 miles) = 57 hours 49 min
    Feb-18 … 826.9 km (513.8 miles) = 57 hours 35 min
    Mar-18 … 582.01 km (361.6 miles) = 50 hours 11 min
    Apr-18 … 176.23 km (109.5 miles) = 29 hours 47 min
    May -18 … 167.6 km (104.1 miles) = 29 hours 08 min
    June-18 … 349.9 km (217.4 miles) = 36 hours 58 minutes
    July-18 ... 324.2 km (201.5 miles) = 24 hours 26 minutes
    Aug-18 ... 210.1 km (130.6 miles) = 25 hours 59 minutes
    Sep-18 ... 261.7 km (162.6 miles) = 25 hours 11 minutes
    Oct-18 ... 230.8 km (143.4 miles) = 30 hours 15 minutes
    Nov-18 ... 216.8 km (134.7 miles) = 30 hours 3 minutes
    Dec-18 ... 285.2 km (177.2 miles) = 37 hours 49 minutes
    Jan-19 ... 241.6 km (150.1 miles) = 27 hours 2 minutes
    Feb-19 ... 175.5 km (109 miles) = 19 hours 8 minutes
    Mar-19 ... 170.3 km (105.8 miles) = 28 hours 21 minutes
    Apr-19 ... 160.3 km (99.6 miles) = 25 hours 4 minutes
    May-19 ... 164.0 km (101.9 miles) = 29 hours 10 minutes
    Jun-19 ... 246.2 km (153 miles) = 25 hours 40 minutes
    Jul-19 ... 217.3 km (135.0 miles) = 33 hours 45 minutes
    Aug-19 ... 162.5 km (100.9 miles) = 28 hours 4 minutes
    Sep-19 ... 136.0 km (84.5 miles) = 23 hours 10 minutes
    Oct-19 ... 196.5 km (122.1 miles) = 31 hours 27 minutes
    Nov-19 ... 155.5 km (96.6 miles) = 25 hours 01 minutes
    Dec-19 ... 203.7 km (126.6 miles) = 26 hours 54 minutes
    Jan-20 ... 304.4 km (189.2 miles) = 32 hours 49 minutes
    Feb-20 ... 248.6 km (154.5 miles) = 34 hours 50 minutes
    Mar-20 ... 148.3 km (92.2 miles) = 30 hours 12 minutes

    Apr-19 ... 160.3 km (99.6 miles) = 25 hours 4 minutes are the numbers to beat!

    Wednesday, 1 April 2020 … 1.9 km walking + 0.0 km cycling + 0.0 km rowing + 0 flights of stairs


    2020 Monthly April
    Walking Distance (km): 1.9
    Walking Time (min): 24.3
    Cycling Distance (km): 0.0
    Cycling Time (min): 0.0
    Flights Stairs Climbed Number: 0.0
    Flights Stairs Climbed Time (min): 0.0
    Rowing Distance (km): 0.0
    Rowing Time (min): 0.0
    Other Distance: 0.0
    Other Time: 0.0

    Totals
    Total Distance (km): 1.9
    Total Distance (miles): 1.2
    Total Time (min): 24.3
    Total Time (hr): 0:24:15


    Off and walking in April. :)

    Machka in Oz
  • TerriRichardson112
    TerriRichardson112 Posts: 15,633 Member
    edited April 2020
    Barbie: Thanks for keeping us going. I’m maintaining routine despite the changed times. Self isolating, but with the garden, and living in a pleasant quiet ares, we can walk outdoors and work on our garden.

    Did a 35 minute HIIT session before breakfast, then a walk with hubby round the neighbourhood. It’s showery today so we did get a little wet. The sun is out now so I will transplant the lettuce that I sowed a fortnight ago and sowing some more.

    For all those essential workers still going out there....
    🙏🏻 Thank you for your service 🙏🏻
    Everyone else, please stay home!!!

    What am I doing to keep busy?
    To name a few...
    • I’ve joined a 14 day on line art challenge (search for painters on line on Facebook)
    • structuring my day
    • morning and evening meditation
    • Using the internet to ‘talk’ to family
    • crochet, jigsaws, journaling, gardening, reading, writing .......
    • HIIT videos off YouTube,
    • yoga/Taichi
    • Walks with DH
    • Cleaning! Cleaning! Cleaning! 😂
    • Decluttering
    • Stress relievers (search YouTube for Paul McKenna)
    Keep your chin up!
    The only failure is giving up!

    2019 DISCARD 5 LBS CHALLENGES:
    01 Aug 2019: 170.1
    31 Dec 2019: 151.2
    Total weight loss: 19.9lbs
    2020 Personal Discard Weight Challenge
    Name: Terri
    My plan is to weigh less at the end of each month than I did at the beginning
    SW: 152.1 (02 Jan)
    GW: 147.1
    Jan: - 2
    Feb: - 1.3
    Mar: - 0.9
    Tue 31 Mar: 147.9
    April:
    Week 1
    Wed 01: 148.1
    Thu 02: 147.2 💖 finally off the plateau! 💃🏼💃🏼💃🏼
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    I’m working on a project for my Grandson's birthday present.
    JFT Thu 2 Apr
    Daily goals:
    Sleep: 🌷
    Meditation:🌷
    Cardio: > 30🌷
    Strength: > 10🌷
    Flex: >10🌷
    Prelog: stay in the green🌷
    Weight: < 150🌷
    Steps: >7500🌷Already 9200 +
    Fitbit > 6 active hours
    Mood: 😎
    Gratitude: I am grateful for my garden.
    Activities:
    • Isolation Art Challenge
    • Gardening
    • Laundry
    • Work on Birthday project for Grandson
  • spikeyhair
    spikeyhair Posts: 2,066 Member
    What is it with this lockdown I normally do my exercise routine every morning no problem Lately looking for excuses not to do them This morning looked at my YouTube stuff and did a half hour line dancing session. Might do some more this afternoon burn a few more calories.
    Rang my DB earlier, they seem to be coping well, able to get out for walk everyday. They live near Llandudno in Wales where the goats are running around LOL
    Scared to get on the scale, too much cake and gin I don’t normally drink at home but what the heck this situation is unprecedented LOL
    DH has planted seeds which are sprouting
    There is a lot of community help in our area, Liverpool is renowned for its friendly helpful people.
    I haven’t been out much but DH goes for his newspaper every day, I wish he wouldn’t but he goes very early in the car, meets nobody and washes his hands as soon as he comes in, I wipe door handles light switches taps etc every day with bleach solution.
    About to watch the news keep safe everyone

    Kate UK <3
  • margaretturk
    margaretturk Posts: 4,648 Member
    edited April 2020
    Karen enjoyed Coldplay tune and choir thank you!

    SuzieQ agree with what you said in your spoiler. It has felt like that to me too.

    This is the first world wide epidemic in our lifetime. The Spanish flu was about 100 years ago. I wish I had thought to talk to my aunts about it. My mom being a baby had no memory of it.
  • pipcd34
    pipcd34 Posts: 14,693 Member
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  • JRsLateInLifeMom
    JRsLateInLifeMom Posts: 2,275 Member
    Stew ,tea with freash oranges in it.’c y unknown snack tonight. Exercise y cleaning. My house now smells permanently of bleach.
    Wipe with bleach water let it air dry to kill the virus they say. Hubby plopped stuff from outside world on my kitchen cabinets y he took a shower so was a big job since it had a grass trail too for some reason lol 😆.

    6.6million file for unemployment many in this boat around the world. Many company owners cannot file for it most areas (not sure about other cities to states). Hard times for all. They really need to do a world wide stop on paying rent y mortgages without it ever be penalized or collected later. It’s what they did in the past in certain countries in such a distant past it may be lost in a book in the garbage heap or a museum storage room. Looks like this is what’s needed that y ration cards if this hours on past May. Electric y water needs to be temporarily free with the government paying the workers .

    Amber Tx
  • csofled
    csofled Posts: 3,022 Member
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  • Katla49
    Katla49 Posts: 10,314 Member
    edited April 2020
    Terewilliams & Felicia: I cut my own bangs the other day. It isn’t as good as my hair dresser could do, but I can see out from under them and they look okay. Beauty shops here in OR are closed for now, by order of the Governor. :ohwell:

    Heather: I think that you and I are very close to the same age. I don’t consider either of us elderly yet. I’ll admit to being elderly when I’m past 90 and disabled. :devil:

    Viv: So happy that your friend was able to wish you Happy Birthday and left a package for you. :bigsmile:

    Terri: Good to see your post. I envy your garden. Mine is very tiny, but loved by me. The blueberries are leafing out and I haven’t planted beans yet. :smiley:

    Margaret: You are right that this is the first world wide epidemic of our lifetimes. I hope it goes away and doesn’t return. :noway:

    Barbie: I am happy to be connected with this group on a daily basis. You make each new month an accessible reality. Thank you!!! :heart:

    Rori: Thinking of you and sending good wishes your way. :heart:


    My plan today is to walk the dog and read. I’ll touch bases here, too. It is currently overcast but not raining. I want to get our terratryke (recumbent tricycle) set onto the trainer so that we can burn calories in the comfort of our garage. It will require some effort to declutter and get things set up.


    Katla in overcast NW Oregon