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Slim Down Sunday ~ Oct. 31st - Nov. 6th

Whee! Isn't this fun?! Just a bunch of words. LOL

Monday, October 31st

6,748 Steps
82 bpm
2.73 miles
2,470 calories burned
8 floors
8 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
25 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs lbs to go
No Sleep Logged
in/out (not logged)
2,220 calories left
0 oz water

Tuesday, November 1st

3,829 Steps
85 bpm
1.55 miles
2,016 calories burned
0 floors
5 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
5 hrs 43 min asleep (1x awake/21x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,776 calories left
0 oz water

Wednesday, November 2nd

5,039 Steps
85 bpm
2.04 miles
2,024 calories burned
1 floor
4 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
6 hrs 7 min asleep (3x awake/30x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,774 calories left
0 oz water

Thursday, November 3rd

2,379 Steps
83 bpm
0.96 miles
1,887 calories burned
0 floors
2 of 14 hrs with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
7 hrs 34 min asleep (1x awake/23x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,637 calories left
0 oz water

Friday, November 4th

3,100 Steps
82 bpm
1.25 miles
1,922 calories burned
1 floor
4 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
8 hrs 58 min asleep (1x awake/28x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,672 calories left
0 oz water

Saturday, November 5th

6,085 Steps
82 bpm
2.46 miles
2, 179 calories burned
2 floors
8 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
10 hrs 17 min asleep (3x awake/35x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,929 calories left
0 oz water

Sunday, November 6th

3,856 Steps
82 bpm
1.56 miles
2,062 calories burned
0 floors
4 of 14 hours with 250+ steps
0 active minutes
No Exercise Logged
25 lbs to go
 7 hrs 50 min asleep (3x awake/36x restless)
in/out (not logged)
1,812 calories left
0 oz water

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