Wow, I’ve been doing extra walking while at work and did over 7,000 steps yesterday. I’m proud of myself, at the same time, I ended up kicking my own ass yesterday. So today, I’m taking it a bit easier. Overall, I’m feeling very good about myself.
As the two month check up lingers on for this weekend, I’m planing on trying to attempt three days of 10,000 steps, that’s if work doesn’t kick my ass first. I’m going to be making some great strides this year as I continue to lose weight. I’m still trying to be mindful on how I eat, and so far I’m doing pretty well. Though I do feel that I did get carried away for my son’s birthday party, but I’m back on track.
Speaking of eating, I’m not much of a fish person(aside from sushi, yeah, weird, right?), but last night Sarah had made some lemon pepper Tilapia fish. I actually kind of dug it. The most I’m generally a fan of is Tuna, which is the staple lunch meat for my lunches now. I take hot tea to work, so the coffee I used to get just isn’t needed anymore. I’ve been okay about that, though I remember when I was fueled by coffee. Smaller lunches, and it sometimes feels like it could end up being too much for me.
It’s a blessing to have the support that I’ve gotten through friends, and family. Sarah’s my biggest supporter(has been for the last seventeen years), and the biggest reason for my success. My kids are most defiantly up there, in particular my son. He’s always on top of making sure I have everything I need. Having an autistic kid is an experience, and I’m in awe at how amazing he is about things.
I think the next challenge to be put in front of me is how I’m going to handle the Super Bowl party. Usually, I would have eaten, and grazed throughout the entire game. It’s time to see if I can handle that type of social setting. I think I will do well, because in the end. I have my support system. I think the biggest fear is that I’ll get back into old habits.
Holy shit, I seem to like moving though, and I’m moving quicker than I was for a while at least. I’m sure that this is going to help keep me on track. I discovered that moving feels better for my joints than just standing in one spot. It feels kind of weird though, to think that moving would feel better than that.
I’m getting ready to do some yard work during the weekends. I think it will help keep my activity up, and I need to get my house in order. I’ve got plenty of things that I’m working towards as well, and the yard work is just a plus to get this part taken care of. What a great way to get some exercise.
If you’re trying to get healthy too, and you read my blog, then thank you for taking your time to read about my experience. Please reach out, a supportive community helps keep us motivated to get things done. I know one of my motivators is numbers. I’m obsessed: the time of the day, how much more time before I get home, now the number of steps I take within a day. I’m trying to get an average of 5,000-6,000 steps in a day. 10,000 is still a bit much, but I’m gonna do my best to hit that number more often, because last week when I did the number, I had a great fire inside.
This is the director, and that’s a wrap.