I'm pushing through week two (2) of the 30 DAY Challenge and I am in good if not GREAT Spirits. I still need to work in the energy department, but it is steady enough.
Results thus far:
(Please let me know if I mess up on my math below, I might add or subtract incorrectly)
DAY 1 = (0.0) = 00.0 lbs,loss, current weight: 175.0 lbs (out the gate)
DAY 2 = (2.0) = 02.0 lbs, loss, current weight: 173.0 lbs (talk to me)
DAY 3 = (1.0) = 03.0 lbs loss, current weight: 172.0 lbs (keep it coming)
DAY 4 = (0.5) = 03.5 lbs loss, current weight: 171.5 lbs (oh my)
DAY 5 = (0.5) = 04.0 lbs loss, current weight: 171.0 lbs (yeah baby)
DAY 6 = (1.0) = 05.0 lbs loss, current weight: 170.0 lbs (this is how we do it)
DAY 7 = (3.0) = 08.0 lbs loss, current weight: 167.0 lbs (not so fast)
DAY 8 = (0.5) = 08.5 lbs loss, current weight: 166.5 lbs (not bad)
DAY 9 = (0.0) = 08.5 lbs loss, current weight: 166.5 lbs (THE WALL)
DAY 10 = (0.5) = 09.0 lbs loss, current weight: 166.0 lbs (push forward)
OK, I I squeezed by the ole scale today. It was close enough that I almost did not put a loss today. As I posted a few days ago, I switched to a needle type scale because my old digital scale went out of control with tons of false readings all over the place. So, that being said its a little hard to read the tiny lines between the numbers. I did feel comfortable with the loss. I will not report this time around losses such as: .1, .2, .3 and so on. It will be .5 or in the lbs. That's it. Because it is just easier for me.
The little empty spot feeling is still there, yet it seems to be shrinking away. My foot is still getting better each day. I hope to shed the medical boot within a week or so.
I have to tell you my good folks this whole deal has been really invigorating. Not only the challenge, doing it will I am injured. I am not trying to pat myself on the back or anything, but it would have been oh so easy to just put it off.
So, why did Dave bring up this point? No, not the tip of his head!
Well, first I appreciate the question being brought up thank you very much to the anonymous person, although I could debate you on the second part of that statement.Pointy indeed!! HA!
Look-It: Folks, all good if not Great things come with a little sacrifice. Believe me I know that change is not easy to do all the time. Sometimes I take it for granted that this Lifestyle change has come relatively easy for me. Yes, I had some small struggles and discomforts at the beginning. Yet, I wrapped my oh so little brain around it and grasped the concept and took a LEAP of FAITH and ran with it. The results speak for themselves.
The moral of the story? If there is one, it would be that for most of us.........we really have to want that change so bad that we are will to do what it takes to get it done.
Yes my good my family and friends it's time to get out of the Diaper Division and put on that Suit of Armor and Fight the Good Fight for your LIFE, HEALTH and most of all HAPPINESS AND WELL BEING.
This brings a song to mind: When you get off TRACK it's time to back RIGHT ON TRACK:
The Breakfast Club "Right on Track"
All right then: Off the soap box Dave. That's it for now, have great day and weekend my family and friends. Fight the Good Fight and Always Battle On!!!
(ZC)er Right on TRACK