So have you committed to 30 Days to a New You yet? What did you do today to change yourself?
I try and work out every day for at least 30 minutes but truthfully, I didn’t get my formal exercise in today. The baby got up earlier than normal and the workout just never happened. I did however, eat a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner so it wasn’t a complete waste of a day.
My friend Jenna sent me this article the other day and I find this to be interesting:
Body weight can fluctuate by several pounds throughout the day, and watching it bounce up and down like the stock market will drive you bonkers. And it may not help you actually lose weight, according to a recent review of research in The New England Journal of Medicine.
But weighing in once a day, in the morning, after you pee and before you put on your clothes, can be a smart way to keep tabs on whether you’ve been gaining over time, says Rena Wing, PhD, professor of psychiatry at Brown University and director of the Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center at the Miriam Hospital in Providence, R.I., home of the National Weight Control Registry.
That leads me to wonder, do you weigh yourself every day? I do, every day after I pee and before I get dressed, so I guess I”m “normal.”
What have you done today? Did you eat healthy and exercise or has it all gone out the window? Remember tomorrow is a new day.