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Slim Down Sunday With a Twist ~ Nov. 7th - Nov. 13th

I think my Slim Down Sunday posts petered out quicker than my Fitness Friday posts. I know it was boring for y'all from the very beginning but it was beginning to be very boring for ME too. Maybe if I had been a better blogger, one who actually posted something at least a few times a week, it wouldn't have been so bad but it was to the point that Slim Down Sunday's were the ONLY thing I posted. Blegh. Who wants to read about that. Not me!

I've decided to maybe just share the Fitbit Stats I get weekly instead of the daily stats too. I share for me b/c I like having the record to look back on. I know y'all don't care and that's ok. I was getting a little bit burnt out on having to screen shot every day, edit it and then post and then trying to remember what I did those specific days b/c I couldn't be bothered to do it every week but I couldn't not back post which is a whole 'nother issue I have. LOL I like the 'specs' of the weekly stats, of being able to see the average and then see if I can better that average (not that I've done that yet, but it's a goal to maybe actually accomplish haha).

And no more posting on Sunday's. Sunday's are my days to go to church, relax and spend time with my family. I get the weekly stats every Monday anyway, so maybe when I get the email on Monday, I can immediately post it without having to screen shot, edit, open desktop, back post and then finally publish. First world problems. ROFL

I'm also changing the name to Fitbit Weekly Stats, so you can just automatically skip those posts 😁

So here's my first entry for Fitbit Weekly Stats, not necessarily a new thing, just a name change with less jibber jabber LOL

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