Featured

First blog post

This is the post excerpt.

Advertisements

This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it.

post

Day #3: 31 August 2016

Status:

  • Nose not as stuffy
  • Blister on left heel from walking Monday is better
  • Final step count yesterday: 5,484 (bad)
  • Final stair count yesterday: 4 floors (bad)
  • Sleep last night: 6 hours, 5 minutes (improved)
  • 20657 unread emails in student account (worse than yesterday)

Today I will:

  • Research whether my Fitbit can remind me about the 250 steps an hour thing
  • Catch up student email account
  • Reglue Fitbit
  • Walk more steps than yesterday
  • Get Annie a dentist appointment
  • Go to bed at 11

Outcomes:

  • Walked upstairs to office on arrival
  • First spray 10 AM

Day #2: 30 August 2016

Status:

  • Nose stuffy
  • Blister on left heel from walking yesterday
  • Tired
  • Legs sore
  • Final step count yesterday: 10,896
  • Final stair count yesterday: 17 floors
  • Sleep last night: 3 hours, 38 minutes
  • 19550 unread emails in student account

Today I will:

  • Put batteries in the scale so I can track weight
  • Continue with 4:13 ratio
  • Walk at lunch and one other time
  • Research whether my Fitbit can remind me about the 250 steps an hour thing
  • Catch up student email account
  • Get screenshots of account for Dick

Outcomes:

  • Spray 3X
  • Short walk at 11:40. Blister hurt and approaching lunch cut it short. Forgot and took elevator on way back.

Day #1: 29 August 2016

Stats:

  • Nose: stuffy
  • Breathing: panting, tight
  • Weight: Still fat. Batteries dead in scale this morning
  • Sleep: 5 hours, 35 minutes
  • Back: Hurts
  • Mood: A little out of it, a little depressed. Not so bad.
  • Steps yesterday: 3131

What am I going to do to improve things?

  • Take a long walk at lunch
  • Walk 250 steps for at least 4 of the hours I am at work.
  • Avoid taking the stairs
  • Put batteries in the scale
  • Switch to 4:13 ratio.

How’d I do?

  • I took the elevator when I first arrived at work, before having made the resolution to avoid it, but took the stairs the rest of the day.
  • I walked over to the community gardens on Troost after lunch and got a nasty heel blister.
  • Took another walk after lunch to get pine cones
  • Switched to 4:13
  • 2 c’s
  • Didn’t put batteries in the scale, but I wrote it on the chore chart so I’ll do it after work if David doesn’t