On Tuesday, I posted this picture on Weight Watcher’s social media app “Connect.”
I also contacted the WW help app to grumble and be reminded about “long term goals.”
This was after a week of tracking, three days in the “blue dot zone”, and seven days of hitting my FitBit 10,000 steps a day.
Did I give into chocolate? Yes, I had a small chocolate bar.
But… I also removed three pounds (3.8 to be exact) for a total loss of 14 pounds since my highest weight (which sadly wasn’t four years ago, but was this last summer.)
I may not be rocking this, but my little steps are starting to gain some momentum.
My knee is also less painful, though it still feels weak and occasionally shoots pain. I start physical therapy on Friday.
My feet are also a little better, though I attribute that to using my arch supports every day, instead of just when I wear a certain pair of shoes.
For the next week, I’m going to stick to my tried and true goals, though bump them up a little.
- Tracking – 7 days, 3 in “blue dot” zone
- Have 1 Frapachino in the morning
- Eating my prepared food – 5 days
- Hit 10,000 all seven days, taking at least one break/lunch walk
I will also note that I will be out of town for three days, so my goal there will be to show a small amount of restraint when eating out.
On a last note, I bought a tiny little calendar to hang in my bathroom. I’ve decided to take this small step thing to other areas, such as flossing my teeth, doing my inhaler, and putting on my face cream (MetroGel.)
I’m calling it my Care Calendar.
I’m pretty pleased with myself.