Saturday, May 27, 2017
Friday, May 26, 2017
1. Today is: May 26th, sunny, high 84F, and "don't fry Friday " dedicated to educating people about the dangers of too much sun.
2. What made you smile today?
It's still early, but I'm happy that my planner class is tonight.
3. What was the best part of the week?
R doing the dinner dishes every night.
4. What did you struggle with this week? Feeling a little depressed and shoulder pain.
5. Self care is not selfish. Be kind to yourself! What did you do this week "just for you"? I listened to my body and rested as much as possible.
6. Never let the things you want make you forget the things you have. List three things you were grateful for this week.
1. Pain meds.
2. Not having to get up and go to work.
3. Pay day.
7. Share something fun. A quote, a photo, a website or anything else you think others might enjoy.
My grandson at the zoo.
8. What are you reading, watching, listening to, making, wishing, thinking, etc?
~Watching: the Voice is over, waiting for America's Got Talent to start next week.
~Excited for: new planners and journals.
~Waiting on: MRI results.
9. Did you reach your goals this week? List three goals for next week.
1. Work on review. ☆got a good start.
2. Finish my May small cross stitch. *I'm very close, will finish it today or tomorrow.
3. Set June goals. ☆done.
1. Set up June bullet journal.
2. Keep working on mid-year review.
3. Work on that darn rug already!
10. Sum up the week in just one sentence.
This week was a challenge.
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Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Steps goal: 42,000/week
1-7 week 1: 44,208
8-14 week 2: 42,718
15-21 week 3: 54,602
Floors goal: 7/week
1-7 week 1: 9
8-14 week 2: 11
15-21 week 3: 56
Miles goal: 17.5/week
1-7 week 1: 17.63
8-14 week 2: 17.03
15-21 week 3: 22.05
Average calorie burn goal per day: 1800
1-7 week 1: 1874
8-14 week 2: 1969
15-21 week 3: 1994
Days of exercise goal: 5 days a week
1-7 week 1: 5
8-14 week 2: 6
15-21 week 3: 6
Active minutes goal: 210/week
1-7 week 1: 177
8-14 week 2: 230
15-21 week 3: 340
Average hours per day with 250+steps, goal: 8
1-7 week 1: 7
8-14 week 2: 7
15-21 week 3: 10
Average hours sleep per night, goal: 8
1-7 week 1: 7 hours 35 minutes
8-14 week 2: 7 hours 40 minutes
15-21 week 3: 8 hours 17 minutes
Average resting heart rate
1-7 week 1: 76
8-14 week 2: 74
15-21 week 3: 76
Water goal: 252 oz/week
1-7 week 1: 96 oz
8-14 week 2: 216 oz
15-21 week 3: 234 oz
May 1: 171.8
May 8: 172.2
May 15: 170
May 22: 172.4
Week 3: I worked really hard this week and maintained or showed improvement in 9 of the 11 areas. I was super depressed yesterday when the scale showed a gain instead of a loss. But today is a new day and I'll just keep going.
Monday, May 22, 2017
Last week: 170
This week: 172.4
Year status: +.4
I just don't understand. Why do I keep bouncing up and down in this 3 pound range? I worked really hard this week watching my calories and increasing my activities and walking. We are 21 weeks into the year and I'm still stuck right where I started.
Last time I was on a weight loss mission (about 10 years ago) I was under the care of my doctor. I was taking prescription diet pills and checking in with him every month. I did great and lost the weight I wanted to lose. Slowly and in a healthy way.
My brain keeps telling me now that it isn't possible without that extra help from a pill. R doesn't want me on a diet at all, so taking a pill probably won't happen. I'm lucky he doesn't complain about me counting calories.
I'm not sure what to do. But REALLY want to lose 40-45 pounds!
Sunday, May 21, 2017
1. Most amount of snowfall in one hour:
The most amount of snowfall recorded in one hour was 12 inches in Copenhagen N.Y. on December 2, 1966.
2. Most amount of snow in 24 hours:
On April 14-15, 1921, Silver Lake Colorado had 6.3 feet of snow fall in just 24 hours.
3. Most amount of snow measured in one month:
Tamarack California holds the record for most snow in one month with 390 inches (32.5 feet) in January 1911.
*taken from the weather channel.