Armygirlarmyof1 wrote: »
Gm yall. It's going to be in the upper 50s today in my corner of the world so I think I'll stay inside instead of getting my outdoors on. The EXCEPTION to this rule is Dinah and I walking 3 times today. Yoga today for 20 minutes.
Sbus12 wrote: »
Baby steps…I got out again this morning and walked for 35 min before leaving for my kids activities. 2 days in a row! I’m excited! Today starts my food tracking as well. As my sister suggested, I’m going to give myself grace and understand there’s ups and downs on this journey. I will do my best to stay within my calories and macros but understand perfection is not the goal here, consistency is. Here we go!!
frankwbrown wrote: »
Daily step goal: 10,000
Fri 4/28: 18,776
Sat 4/29: 10,863
I'd like to keep going with the step challenge, with 10,000 steps as my goal.@pupowl, I love my barefoot shoes as well. I remember in researching them, I was warned to start off gradually. You'll be able to go for days, once your feet become accustomed to them.
Itadakimasu7 wrote: »
@Pupowl - The shoes look really comfortable and stylish! I also live near a park and like to go out adventuring, look forward to your photos! I love the kitty - so fuzzy! I just adopted a fuzzy kitty, but not quite that long haired. She's a tortoise shell and instead of meowing she trills. She has a very sassy tail.
Looking forward to the challenge everyone.
My starting weight is 188lbs
I typically lose / gain / lose / REALLY gain and yoyo constantly
I'm around 50 so my hormones are playing the 'let's pack on weight in ugly locations' game. Ugh.
Prediabetic, heart valve issue, pancreas issue (I can't digest food very well), lung problems, arthritis - MEH -- basically every issue would improve with sustained weight loss.
The only positive I have is that I enjoy exercise.
I have four cats total, lol, and I'm a landscape artist, illustrator and designer which really translates to a lot of tedium and listening to audio books and podcasts. It's only glamorous if a person REALLY loves being alone, lol. I get distracted and go ride my bike honestly. Or post walls of text on MFP apparently, lol, I gotta get to work y'all but...Day #1 -- Let's GO!!!
They're in the spare chair I had to dig out of storage when I had my daughter over to work on a craft project, I swear my furniture isn't this bad! lol, these are my adopted girls, they've been with us about two months now. I 'work' from home (read, I attempt to work but get distracted non-stop and end up eating) anyway -- the cats get a lot of attention. I also have an outdoor stray I feed and a geriatric old male cat that looks like he's swallowed a ham.
TexanMom8152 wrote: »
Good morning everyone
I'm Julie. I'm 55, live in Keller, TX (a little bit north of Fort Worth), married with one son who is a freshman at Texas Tech. We have a lake house at White River lake about 60 miles from Lubbock. We will be making a trip next weekend to stay out there for the week and move Jason out of the dorm.
I've been taking Mounjaro since November and have lost a little over 40 pounds. Not a miracle drug, but definitely a game changer. The coupon program that I am under is coming to an end soon, so I may be switching to Wegovy. I'm currently going through the monthly challenge of finding a pharmacy that has it in stock. My numbers were much improved at my last blood test, fasting blood sugar was not in the 90s for the first time in probably a decade. 78 for a fasting blood sugar and a 5.2 A1C.
We are going to go to my Mom's house this afternoon. My step-father has an old john boat he is going to give us, so we are picking it up to take with us next weekend. It will be nice, with the draught, we haven't been able to put our pontoon boat on the lake. I've been bad about posting, but am going to make a concerted effort this month.
I'm working through 100 Days to Freedom from Overeating and one of the quotes for today struck a chord and I thought I would share.
Practice saying no to the things that are not good for you, and overtime, you will find it easier to do. - Daniel G. Amen
Hope everyone has a wonderful and restful Sunday.
dcresider wrote: »
Hi all. Here are my 2 Covid Cats. I adore these two.
Weigh-in for me is on Tuesday so stay tuned. The weekend was good with tracking my macros except for the DC United game where I splurged on 2 beers and share some nachos and guestimated my calories. I did have 3 hours of walking (museums) then biking to the stadium, so I guess the food was much deserved.
Anyone know how to post a photo? For some reason the photo won't download.
Cyncia85 wrote: »
My weight has gone up and down. Alot of it has to do with the sedentary lifestyle. I sit at a computer way too much. My diet fluctuates. I would like to log my food daily. I am a stress eater and this is something I am seeking to find the root cause so I can remedy it.
dcresider wrote: »
I guess I’ll have to post from my phone rather computer. Here are Luna and Nyx my Covid cats.
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