- This check-in is for September 9th – 15th.
- While I didn’t get anywhere near my step goal, I did get out every day during my morning break at work to walk. The temperature is finally cool enough for the first half of the day that I can get a few steps in. Hopefully, it will be cooler soon so I can go out during my lunch and afternoon break as well.
- My first meeting with my new “coach” was mostly an introductory, getting to know you meeting. However, I did set a daily calorie goal and did my first weigh-in. I also committed to tracking all of my food.
- I’m no longer going to be tracking how many flights of stairs I do each week. I have no problem surpassing that goal since I have stairs at home and I always take the stairs, instead of the elevator, at work.
- My work schedule may be changing next week, so my workout plans/goals will have to change too. I’m still figuring it out, but I’m sure it won’t be a problem.
- I got my medal for the 50-mile Road to Hogwarts virtual race I completed:
I’m looking forward to doing more of these so I have an excuse to buy a rack to display this and any future medals I earn.
- If you’d like to add me as a friend on FitBit, you can find me HERE.
- Steps: 33,607/49,000
- Miles: 13.81/17.5
- Active Minutes: 160/175
- Days I Tracked My Food: 7/7
Monthly 5K Races Completed: 3/10
- Monthly 1 Mile Fun “Runs” Completed: 2/10
- Total Money Donated: $22.13/$25.00
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That medal is SO cool! Where did you find the virtual race?
It’s an annual race through the Harry Potter Alliance to raise money. I get their email updates because they have a literacy project.
That’s awesome! 🙂
That’s great that you use your breaks to take all those walks!!! I have 2 dogs and since our yard isn’t fenced in, I take them for separate walks…it’s another way to get those steps in!!! And they love going for their walks 🙂 That medal is super cool – what is the literacy project? I’d love to know more about it.
HPA’s literacy project is called the Apparating Libray. They’re working to start libraries in places around the world where people don’t have any books. They did a massive book drive this year and some fun stuff like the Remembrall Readathon.