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Slim Down Sunday ~ July 4th - July 10th

I completely failed at getting screenshots. The app only stores a few days. Luckily, (or unlucky for y'all haha), the website keeps all that info.

Enjoy this post heavy on words and only one pic. 😊

I will add that the floor count is NEVER accurate. I don't climb ANY floors. Someone that count is affected by elevation, clouds and what not.

Monday, July 4th

4,701 steps
81 bpm resting
1.9 miles
2,514 calories burned
2 floors
6 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
14 active minutes
No Exercise Logged 
30 lbs to go
9 hrs 19 min asleep (1x awake / 31x restless)
0 in / 2,514 out [forgot to document]
2,264 calories left
0 water

Tuesday, July 5th

3,677 steps
81 bpm resting
1.49 miles
1,923 calories burned
2 floors
6 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes 
No Exercise Logged 
30 lbs to go
9 hrs 3 min asleep  (0x awake / 14x restless)
0 in / 1,923 out [forgot to document]
1,673 calories left
0 water

Wednesday, July 6th
John surprised me with a trip to Cades Cove for our anniversary, which is tomorrow, but weather was iffy. This is a big deal for John as he HATES traveling and Cades Cove is quite a distance away from us.....not really a day trip kinda thing. I enjoyed every minute, the weather was absolutely beautiful and I got a lot of really good pics, which I promise to get up soon. 😊

6,653 steps
82 bpm resting
2.69 miles
2,385 calories burned
14 floors
6 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
76 active minutes
Exercise: Walk. 35 min, 208 calories, 116 bpm
30 lbs to go
No Sleep Logged
0 in / 968 out [forgot to document]
2,135 calories left
0 water

Thursday, July 7th
After yesterday's jaunt, I ended up with a nasty bug and stayed in bed almost all day long. Ugh.

860 steps
80 bpm resting
.35 miles
1,667 calories burned
0 floors
0 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes 
No Exercise Logged 
30 lbs to go
10 hrs 0 min asleep
0 in / 1,667 out [forgot to document]
1,417 calories left
0 water

Friday, July 8th


Saturday, July 9th


Sunday, July 10th


Feel like a broken record (pretty sure I've said that too haha) when I type this: While I may not be staying true to my exercises and documenting my calorie intake, I AM still watching what and when I eat. I'll eventually get back in gear.....maybe....hopefully.....

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