Monday, June 4, 2012

Mamavation Monday post

Ah the end of yet another week. Gosh I feel like a train wreck this week. It was bad.. But it's ok. I'm alright with it. I'm starting the week good. I drank 90oz of water today and ate a lot of fruit and stayed within my points. That's a good day in my book. I've got a workout schedule plan for the week and I'm sticking to it. I think I'm going to start adding pics to my journal entry for accountability. Just to be accountable I will say that I did gain 1.4 lbs. I totally knew I was going to with weight gained and i was so afraid it was going to be +5! Yeah it was that bad of a week.

 I need to find my pedometer and see if it works so I can begin tracking my steps each day. Do you track your steps? If so how many do you walk a day?

Shout out to Hanan & Wendy for being awesome daily inspiration! And to #babybookieboo Welcome little man! Congrats to the Segedie familia!

This post is sponsored by Omron and hosted by Mamavation – a community dedicated to obesity prevention & weight loss for women and I’m writing this to be entered into a giveaway.


  1. I try to walk 4 miles in 70 min to hit 10,000 steps, anything after that is the icing on the cake.
    Sound like you have a good plan for the week. Good luck :)

  2. Thanks Candy for the shout out!! One thing that has really helped every week is to set those smaller goals. You did great on water. Do you try and drink that much every day? It REALLY helps to cut back on snacking and eating more then you should. As far as steps go. I do an hour of Zumba at the YMCA, then hit a mile or so on the elliptical. I try and leave there around 9,000 steps and get another 1,000 through out the day, cleaning, playing with the girls, etc. Good luck this week!!

  3. When I first started tracking my steps I found out I was only hitting about 4000 steps a day so when i'm wearing my pedometer I always check it and try to make sure I hit 10,000 a day. I'm at almost 3500 so far for today, I will hit up the gym after the kids are in bed to get the rest in.