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Day 10

Thursday, December 24, 2015

This is my final blog entry for my 10 day push for Christmas. Its late, but I'm still going to get it in.

emoticon Stay in calorie range - I was over. Not by much, and the scale didn't complain this morning. I felt like I had a "magic range" last month. I dropped down from that & the scale quit moving down. I also slacked off the exercise some & have been under stress. I'm not sure if those are causing the lack of weight gain or if its the different calories. After the first of the year, I may go back to a higher calorie level & see how that works.

emoticon 45-60 minutes of fitness - only 35 min of walking. But I am proud of myself for that bit! My TMJ/neck/back/lyme issues were acting up horribly yesterday!! I was functioning on only 4 hours of sleep & stressful driving. Some fitness is always better than none!!

emoticon Get my 8 (or more) cups of water - first day I didn't accomplish this.

emoticon Blog each day with an update - My whole check in has become my bog today!! I am really looking forward to getting back into a regular schedule again as soon as the holidays are over!!

Have a very Merry Christmas!! emoticon
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  • SEWINGMAMACDS
    Enjoy your Christmas! I look forward to getting back on track too!
    1731 days ago
  • PATTI_PAL1
    You were true to your plan to blog every day. Good for you. You logged and exercised -- probably a lot more than you would have if you hadn't challenged yourself.

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!
    1731 days ago
  • KELLIEBEAN
    We are all a work in progress. Many days will not be perfect but any healthy decision is better than none. Especially with the obstacles you had to face. Very impressive. You have a great attitude!


    1732 days ago
  • no profile photo CD12680138
    Great stuff, keep it up.
    1732 days ago
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