|I did it! I met my first mini goal! 10 pounds lost!!|
So if you read my post last week, I had 1.4 pounds to lose to make it to my 10 pound mini-goal. And come Wednesday morning, I didn't think it was going to happen because my home scale had not moved significantly enough from the week prior. So it was totally unexpected when I went to my meeting and the leader said, 'Oh, good, you lost again...." The loss was EXACTLY 1.4 pounds making my grand total loss in 9 weeks to be 10 pounds! Woot!!
So what did I do differently this week than last? Want to know? The answer is NOTHING. I did nothing different. I stayed consistent. I tracked, I stayed within my points and I walked (and walked and walked...and still did my bathroom counter pushups). (I'm averaging about 70 pushups a day now!!)
My friend Karen and I (the one that's lost 18 pounds in 9 weeks, thank you) have been doing what I call the "Green Light Walk" on our lunch break. We walk until we hit a red light. And so we have to turn and follow where the green light takes us. Anytime you stop at a red, you must change direction and go to the green. I work at 7th and Fig. This week we ended up taking Hope all the way down to Pico, and then walking all the way around the Convention Center and back to work. It was a 3.6 mile walk.
So I'm happy. One mini goal down, and the next mini goal is set. Losing another 10 is already under way!
What's working for you? Let me know how you're doing. I'd love to hear from you.
Do you use a pedometer? It's fun to see how far you're going. Pedometers have come a long way and you don't need anything fancy. Here's a basic one from Timex, but nowadays, if you carry your phone with you, there are pedometer apps that keep track of your miles and calories burned. Still, if you don't want to carry your phone with you, the classic pedometer will clip onto your waistband.