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Weigh in #34


I'm a bit annoyed that Fitbit and ITTT stopped talking to each other and stopped sharing my daily update on here - although I suppose it would be annoying to my readers after a bit so I'll live with it.

In truth I only wanted to show off that fact that I am still taking this walking lark seriously. I am getting my steps in every day! I am tracking my food every day! And it is paying off!

One thing I didn't do was sort my bike out. I simply haven't had time, what with work, kids, walking, volunteering to help out the scout group. But since it will take money to fix and I have none spare this  month I guess it can wait for now.... I'll try to dig it out and see what state it is in but I am still rushed off my feet.

This week I dropped 3lb!

That's 7lb this month, 10lb since I rebooted the diet last month, 40lb over all.... But still a good way from where I was before I let it all slip. I'm really happy with my progress and I can see myself getting back to where I was and continuing to lose to get to target.

Today has been a big food day - silly breakfast and a takeaway tea too but I've pointed it and it's within my fitpoints (good job I worked hard). I need to be good all week now to make sure it doesn't have to bad an effect. We're away next weekend so I think food will be..... not good then either. Extra steps need to be stepped! Do the work so I can afford a little luxury!




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