I'm a Fitbit wearer, I like that it helps me keep active and moving during the week. If you also wear one feel free to friend me!
I'll start off by echoing a lot of what I said last time I posted a Reader's Workout:
- Things haven't been going good for me on the fitness front, since my gym buddy had her scheduled changed for the summer I found it easier to make excuses to not go walk the track or go walk on the treadmill at the gym.
- I've slacked on tracking my food
I had promised to go to the gym and I made it that one day. I had wrote "My plan is to get back to the gym Thursday after work, barring any disasters, I should be able to hold myself to that promise." Then the itching started, just a few bites on my legs but by Thursday I was covered in little groupings that hurt they itched so bad. I had broken out like this back in November and went to an emergency clinic and was told it was low grade hives. I still had some meds left over from then and tried taking them. It helped but I kept finding new breakouts.
Last Monday I went to my primary doctor and was told not hives, and not bites. She sent me to the dermatologist who said definitely bites, possibly bed bugs and he took a biopsy of a bite. Get results on Wednesday not bed bugs, but general bug bites. Learn Thursday someone has been coming into my place of employment with fleas.
I was the worst bit and had I know that this was the case (if the person would have spoke up sooner rather than later) I never would have had to had the biopsy, which has left a slight hole in my back that will take up to two months to heal and leave a scar. Needless to say I've been eating my series of emotions, but I'm determined this week to get back on track (I've said that before).
So to get back on track I've set some Mini-Goals for myself this week (Tuesday to Tuesday).
- Track everything even if I go over on calorie count
- Hit at least 4,000 steps a day, even if I have to pace around the house at night to reach that count
So I'll check back in next week! I hope everyone else is doing good!