25 weeks...that is unbelievable.
I have never stuck with a diet and exercise program for that long and feel like I should hold a celebration. It's my silver diet-versary, y'all! :)
I couldn't have done it without your support. Thank you.
However, I have two kiddos with colds and am coordinating a science fair to be held Friday while preparing the boys for another big event on Saturday. In other words, I have to keep this short.
So...let's get to it, shall we?
I lost 1.6 pounds,
bringing my weight-loss total to 27.8 pounds!
The ball is rolling in the right direction again. My Fitness Pal has a lot to do with that. It just works for me.
I think I found another critical element this week, too. I had started exercising during the day because it is hard to find the energy for it in the evening as I had been doing for the first few months. I switched back to exercise before bed and have found that a) I sleep better and b) the pounds shed more easily. Perhaps it gives my metabolism a boost so that I lose while I sleep.
Not sure. I'm not a health professional so I can't begin to say that with any confidence.
It would make a neat science fair experiment, though.
Oh yeah...science fair. That reminds me of 3,593 other things I need to do.
I will see y'all later!
Please pray for the following:
- Continued weight loss and energy to exercise at night.
- The Science Fair and my sanity (there seems to be a correlation between the two)
- My loved ones facing legal situations- One has been resolved in his favor, praise the Lord!
- Friends and missionaries in Japan- all are safe but facing difficult situations.
- Decisions M and I are making about next school year. We need wisdom.
Happy Healthy Living!
Disclosure: I have not been compensated for linking to My Fitness Pal. I just find it helpful and wanted to share my unbiased opinion.
Disclaimer: I am not a health science expert. Truth be known, I'm quite the opposite. However, I am hosting the Wednesday Weigh-in challenge to encourage Christian dieters to pray for each other. Please do not expect your results to be exactly like mine or any other participant's.