Three little habits.

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Three little habits.

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Deciding to lose weight always goes a little something like this for me:

1) Decide to do it, get really excited.
2) Change every single habit all at once.
3) Crash and burn.

When you decide to lose weight, it’s all about baby steps. Changing those small habits that have thrown you off before, and committed to making changes that you can keep up with in the long run. I know when I try to do too much at once, It ends up being counter productive.

My three goals this week:
-Complete three workouts. I just need to move for 30 minutes or more!
-Fill out my food log, and track my calories everyday. I’ll measure and track everything.
-Stretch every night before bed. I think it’s good to take some time to relax before sleep, especially since my work days are SO long sometimes.

What things will you change this week to better your health?

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  1. We’re not “officially” starting our new workout regimen until other things have settled down (like dealing with this leaky pipe situation and making this new apartment B-E-A-U-TIFUL!)… so hopefully next week.

    But! We are planning on hitting up this SWEET little park we found right down the street. I want to take a walk and explore and Daniel is super excited that they have a little skatepark – with a half pipe and everything! It’s not exactly a rigorous fitness routine quite yet, but some activity is better than no activity!

    I am back to using myfitnesspal though – is that what you’re using? I lovelovelove it! And since I’m bringing my lunch and everything, I can put it all in at one time in the morning or even the night before to plan out my calcals. #love.

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