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Fitness: February 2021 and March 2021

Sunday, April 04, 2021

I have been very loosely tracking my fitness on my actual calendar in my kitchen. One part of an X means that I have gone a predetermined route; the second part of the X means that I have done it again. I have been going on smaller routes than I used to because of my foot injury and also because of puppy, who goes with me all but two days.

So here is February 2021. Look for yellow....

You really have to look for the yellow! I should add that parts of February were our coldest on record for many years, plus there were some days of icy roads. Could I have done housewalking/dancing? I sure could have...but I did not.

Then here is March 2021. I think the pink will be obvious.

March looks a ton better, doesn't it? The weather has been great most days and I am pretty sure that my intention to get the time in has been easier to follow through with because of my increase in positivity with the better weather/endorphins from just the one short walk/etc.

I am doing the same for April already.

Of course, I could look on my fitness on my iphone, but the calendar gives me a chance to "oh, yeah, I need to add to that" in a different way, instead of just focusing on the number of steps.

Have a good day!
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Member Comments About This Blog Post
    WOW Tammy....that is a LOT of moving there girl! emoticon
    I like to record stuff on paper better than on my tablet or laptop.
    I have little books here with ALL my weights starting back in 2010.
    37 days ago
  • BEEJAY49
    You are doing a wonderful job! I like the calendar idea too! Keep going!

    39 days ago
    Doing a great job Tammy emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon It is surprising how the warm weather and sunshine helps the mood !! I know it does for me, Hoping you had a great Easter
    39 days ago
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