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Old 06-08-2012, 05:01 AM   #111 (permalink)
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1. 1300 or fewer calories. 949, 1136, 1183, 1314
2. Make a pretty pie chart. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes (little bit short on fiber, tho)
3. Drink water, drink water, drink water. Yes, Meh, another Meh, Yes
4. Exercise 6 hours. 60 min, 30 min, 30 min
5. Log everything; update goals daily. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes
6. Sleep 7 hours (per night, not per week ). 6, 6, <6, Officially giving this up for the week; it is not going to happen.

Plus tasks I've been putting off or we've been too busy to do:

7. Take the boy driving at least three times. Once, Twice
8. Replace family pics in frames on stairway and family room. Weekend project
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Old 06-08-2012, 11:41 AM   #112 (permalink)
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For yesterday:
1.) Workout x3: 2
2.) Under 1500 calories/day: 1352, 1171, 1106, 1191
3.) Drink 64 oz. of water/day: 96 oz., 88 oz., 72 oz., 80 oz.
4.) Start studying for candidacy exam in August: a little, a little more
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Old 06-08-2012, 01:42 PM   #113 (permalink)
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argh... hard to get back on track!!!

1. log all food. M,
2. stay in 1600-1800 caloric range. M W Th
3. walk 10,000 steps daily. M W
4. Drink water- at least 64 oz per day.M - - -
5. Keep calm, pray daily, hourly for patience.M T W TH
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Old 06-08-2012, 02:23 PM   #114 (permalink)
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Old 06-08-2012, 02:27 PM   #115 (permalink)
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Goals:

1) 8 glasses of water minimum: 9,9,9, IDK
2) 1650 calories maximum:1089, 1328,1376, 1393
3) walk or gym (back permitting) 3x: no, no, 45 minute walk with DH, no
4) stretch every day: yes, yes, yes, yes
5) 500 "real" words a day 5x a week: no, yes, yes, no
6) 1 hour writing a day 5x a week: yes, yes, yes, yes
7) 5 veggies/fruits per day: yes, yes, yes, yes__________________
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Old 06-08-2012, 03:39 PM   #116 (permalink)
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Tori vs. Mike Goals
1) highest % of weight lost (181.0 beginning weight)
2) most ounces of water per day 135.2 (8 bottles baby!), 101.4, 101.4, 101.4 (439.4oz)
3) most servings of fruits/veggies (fresh, frozen, V8, doesn't matter) 6.5, 6.5, 9.5, 3 (25.5 total)
4) least amount of bread (servings) 0, 1, 0, 2 (3 total)
5) most miles walked 0, 0, 5.2, 0 (5.2 total)


Mike specific
1) write 3 policies 0, 0, 2, 0
2) no Blasts NONE, NONE, NONE, NONE
3) 2 RAK 0, 0, 0, 0

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You know what's funny? I see things from a different point of view than most. I love that pic but I take it one step further in thinking that if you're at the top of the staircase looking down you won't see the writing on the stairs, nor will you need to see it.

So we all need to get to the top of the stairs and then we won't need to be convinced to take those steps.
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You know what's funny? I see things from a different point of view than most. I love that pic but I take it one step further in thinking that if you're at the top of the staircase looking down you won't see the writing on the stairs, nor will you need to see it.

So we all need to get to the top of the stairs and then we won't need to be convinced to take those steps.
very smart. i like this.
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Old 06-08-2012, 08:49 PM   #119 (permalink)
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I miss the thread, but sometimes there is just not that extra few minutes during the day to relax and catch-up. I haven’t been logging either, but have lept on the scale every few days to make sure I am not reverting too too badly… so far so good. DH, DS and I got back from a vacation to the coast on Monday and I took DS straight to the doctor. He had an ear infection and conjunctivitis (no wonder he had been tossing his cookies on those mountain roads). Doc took a look at me as well and put me on antibiotics for a bad cold (I guess splotches on the roof of the mouth show it is not just viral). So I now consider cough-drops a food group. And I still haven’t figured out how to get a toddler to cooperate when getting drops in his eyes. DH took the week off of work to take care of us, which was nice. But I have had to go to work regardless after just a day off to pick-up the slack I dumped on my co-workers, expecially since I took time off for a vacation as well. I think I better bake bread this weekend and try to make peace on Monday with a few of them…

My super-late goals, just for the weekend:

Be nice to DH, but stick-up for myself.
Be a Super Mama, even though I feel like crap.
Find the positive me (fighting to get out, I know it!).
Don’t worry so much about finances (bleeding $ lately, but can make up for it later).
Do something physical every day, feeling better so time to get back in a routine.
Monitor portion sizes.
Don’t worry about work so much. I do a good job so chill out!
Plan to log everything starting Monday!

Wishing that everyone has had a successful week so far! Ama
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Old 06-08-2012, 09:30 PM   #120 (permalink)
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Who's ready to be a Weekend Warrior????
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