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Slim Down Sunday ~ Aug 8th - Aug 14th

Boring. Boring. Boring. But it is what it is.

Monday, Aug. 8th

4, 761 steps
81 bpm
1.92 miles
2,126 calories burned
4 floors
5 of 14 hours with250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
5 hrs 58 min asleep (4x awake/14x restless)
471 in/ 2,126 out
1,405 calories left
16 oz water

Tuesday, Aug. 9th

3,301 steps
79 bpm
1.33 miles
2,131 calories burned
2 floors
1 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
7 hr 45 min asleep (1x awake/15x restless)
1,322 in/2,131 out
559 calories left
32 oz water

Wednesday, Aug. 10th

2,703steps
78 bpm
1.09 miles
1,876 calories burned
1.09 floors
1 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
6 hr 31 min asleep (1x awake/25x restless)
781 in/1,876 out
845 calories left
0 water

Thursday, Aug. 11th

2,166 steps
79 bpm
.87 miles
1,807 calories burned
3 floors
1 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
8 hr 23 min asleep (5x awake/29x restless)
601 in/1,807 out
956 calories left
16 oz water

Friday, Aug. 12th

Saturday, Aug. 13th


Sunday, Aug. 14th


The only thing I seem to be accomplishing is taking screenshots. Haha I'm sucky at calorie intake, exercise and so on and so forth. Oh! At least I'm drinking water now. LOL


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