alteredsteve175 wrote: »
One more day. Planning some woods therapy with my daughter and granddaughter tomorrow. Some hiking and playing, a campfire and Dutch oven lunch (and possibly s'mores) and a dip in the hot springs!
Evamutt wrote: »
Love seeing the pictures @megamom , great to get a visual, GREAT JOB!!! I'm still working on these 10 lbs I gained. I know it's going to take mostly more exercise as I'm doing pretty well with food intake & only indulge once in a while, like last night it was my dtr in laws B day. Our son made sandwiches out of 3 crusty french breads & cut them into about 4" slices, I had one & 2 bacon wrapped hot dogs, chips jello dessert & a slice of an apple pie I made with 1/2 cup of brown sugar. I know I went over some but not by much. I went to lunch for our monthly lunch out with some friends. I had baked Tilapia with veggies. The best part was I didn't have any of the chocolate cake with chocolate gnash from Whole Foods, I looked at the label & it said 920 calories for 1/8 piece!! how could that even be? Most days I eat around 1600 cal but to lose even 1/2 lb/week, it's 1430 ugh! so I have to up my exercise. I've tried many ways to eat less but I get too hungry eating under 1600
sandhillsmom wrote: »
61 over here, starting again to lose weight and get healthy. could use some friends
fitlulu4150 wrote: »
I just read this article on aging and complexity. It just reaffirms for me that we are on the right track to slowing the aging process down through exercise. I also do mentally challenging puzzles and they are mentioned as well. I haven't been able to skip a birthday yet..............LOL but I do feel that I'm ahead of the game at least a little and I'm sure some of you are as well!https://getpocket.com/explore/item/the-real-secret-of-youth-is-complexity?utm_source=pocket-newtab
fitlulu4150 wrote: »
Hmmmm sorry annaliz, didn’t catch the part about your mum’s mind until after I wrote that response. Dementia/Alzheimer’s is so tough on families 😢
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