Tag: goals

269

I’m stuck at 269. Maybe a free day will stir the pot!

269

No change here. I’m still at 269 and I’m still set for 261 by the end of the month. I can see the numbers in the distance. They are so close, yet so far. On the bright side, at least these lockers are usually available!

270

This is not what I had in mind. I set my goal for 261 this month and today I moved a notch in the wrong direction. I wanted to see 268 on the scales and instead I saw 270. This is not easy and it will get harder. It’s easier

PARA SER #1

Hoy en el gimnasio me enseñaron: Para ser el número 1 tienes que entrenarte como si fueras el número 2 Yo miraba las letras escritas en la pared a través del sudor que me causaba la máquina elíptica y pensaba en el significado de las palabras. Me esforzaba aun más

269

This is today’s marker along my way to 180. It’s encouraging to be within double digits of my goal. I’m sliding down slippery slopes into a valley surrounded by the mountainous holidays of December.

Meta 261 Goal

261 pounds is my goal for the end of December. Habrá muchas tentaciones para desviarme de la meta, así que this will be an interesting month.

270

This is a better pace. I dropped a lot of weight (water weight) early in the race but now I’m getting into the grind. My pace should be about one and a half to two pounds per week. I have a long race ahead. I’m thankful the first few days

MyNetDiary

I’m making progress. The people at MyNetDiary are making it easier for me. Here are some screens from the new iMessage app integration they included with the latest release of the app. Thank you! I have used the free and the max versions with good results. The food database is

271

My countdown continued this morning. Today I will focus on today to avoid delays in tomorrow’s countdown.

272

Ten pounds in less than a week is a big deal for me. I’m trying not to get too worked up about the progress, but I confess it’s encouraging. I’m still fat but I’m setting a new-to-me trend dropping extra weight. I’m happy and thankful. Thank God, my family, and