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Slim Down Sunday ~ Oct. 24th - Oct. 30th

Once again, didn't take screenshots soon enough and had to go to the desktop to pull up stats. Definitely boring.

Monday, October 24th
2,513 Steps
80 bpm
1.01 miles
1,948 calories burned
2 floors
5 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
6 hrs 48 mins asleep (0x awake/17x restless)
690 in/1,698 out
1,008 calories left
48 oz water

Tuesday, October 25th

4, 113 Steps
82 bpm
1.66 miles
2,010 calories burned
3 floors
5 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
6 hrs 45 mins asleep (2x awake/22x restless)
1,546 in/1,760 out
214 calories left
48 oz water

Wednesday, October 26th

3,244 Steps
81 bpm
1.31 miles
2,020 calories burned
1 floors
5 of 14 hrs with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
6 hrs 53 min asleep (1x awake/19x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,770 calories left
0 oz water

Thursday, October 27th

2,013 Steps
81nbpm
0.81 miles
1,902 calories burned
0 floors
2 0f 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
6 hrs 44 min asleep (2x awake/26x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,652 calories left
0 oz water

Friday, October 28th

3,730 Steps
81 bpm
1.51 miles
2,146 calories burned
0 floors
4 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
7 hrs 28 min asleep (6x awake/29x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,896 calories left
0 oz water

Saturday, October 29th

5,885 Steps
83 bpm
2.38 miles
2,439 calories burned
10 floors
8 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
9 hrs 15 min asleep (2x awake/27x restless)
in/out (not logged)
2,189 calories left
0 oz water

Sunday, October 30th

3,404 Steps
82 bpm
1.37 miles
1,931 calories burned
0 floors
4 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
10hours 24 min asleep (4x awake/33x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,681 calories left
0 oz water

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