Ever since I got myself a Fitbit last February, I became more conscious of how I move. Basically, I came to know that in an ordinary day – a day where I do nothing but work and eat – I just complete about 2000 steps. That is so sedentary. Since then, I made it a point to make it to at least 4000 steps (I know, it’s still low, but at least double my steps normally) a day.
Now I average around 8000 steps a day. My friend told me that it took her friend to lose 100lbs in a year by logging 10000 (10k) steps every single day. I need to get top quality sound isolating earphones so I can walk more without getting bored or feeling it as a chore.
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These are just three vitamins that could mean serious health gains for your child. If you’re looking for something that will boost their immune systems, improve their cognition functions and make them live longer, healthier lives overall, choose their vitamins from this list!
My husband and I have been eating out a lot lately. We are going with a friend who needs company and we have been going to one restaurant a night and capping it off with coffee at Starbucks. It’s no wonder I am gaining so much weight. We talk about anything under the sun – from <printing yard signs to serious talk about love, life and money.
Here is one of the restaurants we enjoyed eating at – gotta love Chinese food!
What’s your comfort food?
While others take to exercising when stressed, sleep or go out with friends and drink, I eat.
Eating is my weakness. I eat when I am happy. I eat when I am sad.
And that’s where my problem lies.
Disabling emotional connections to food is the first step for me to be able to finally conquer my weight challenges.
Bataw or Patani?
Cooking and music, especially singing — these are my water loos. You can add math into the mix.
Anyway, this was actually patani – cooked with onions, garlic and lots of ginger. Then you add malunggay and beef bits. It actually tastes good. The patani serves as the beef extenders. It tastes like huge mongo beans, tastier.