Monday, July 30, 2012

The Fog

Good morning!

It is a great morning.

I began my morning walking today. It was VERY foggy...

But it felt great.

This past weekend we took the kids to see...

The latest Ice Age movie. They had a good time, enjoyed the movie. They had some friends meet us there. I, however, had another learning experience.

I. Must. Chew. My. Food. Well!

Yep, right in the theatre I lost my lunch. Thankfully I eat like 1/3 of a cup of food AND my husband finished his drink or it could have been a lot worse. No one knew it happened, except hubs because I needed his cup.

So another lesson learned here along my journey. Eat slow. Chew well!

Yes we...I...was told this, but until you...I...go through this it did not sink in completely...with me. Actually both times I thought I WAS eating slow enough AND chewing enough.

After the movie I decided I needed to walk. I asked hubs to go meet me at the footbridge...That's actually where I walked this morning...because I wanted to walk to the water, along Front St. and to the footbridge. It was a nice walk, about a mile. I proud of myself.

I am wanting and needing to get more active and know I still have limitations. I can't lift over 10 pounds still. I'm not a fan of walking, find it on the boring side, but am looking for places that I may enjoy walking.

I'd like to eventually get back into a gym too. Just not sure when that will happen. Until then I'm looking for home workouts I can do and am open for suggestions and ideas. I've got to keep it new or I get bored. I know I'm difficult. But that's me. Take it or leave it.

Been doing fairly good with protein and water.

Yesterday's numbers were:

64oz. Water

60g. Protein

I FINALLY took my measurements this morning and left the measuring tape in my bathroom next to the scale. This way I will remember to do that regularly as well.

Do you find it beneficial to measure along with weighing yourself?

Thank you to all of you for following my journey. It helps having others along the way.

Until next time...


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