Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired | Day 26

Posted by Edward Ernest | Mar 19, 2017 | Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired | 0 |

I am now paying for my attempts at getting in my Fitbit steps while being borderline sick. Today is moving day, and I have the energy of Delaware. I needed to move and move I did. However, once I got to my parents home aka the lap of luxury, the rest of the day was on a couch watching wrestling.

I barely ate as it hurt too much to swallow. It felt like I was eating razor blades. Whenever I would get a call, I’d ask the person to text as it hurt too much to talk. Then, when a person (i will not name names……Ash) still called, I was close to throwing my phone against the wall because someone doesn’t listen. Needless to say, I was really bitchy.

I didn’t much or do any exercise, so enjoy my very light Fitbit stats below.

Night night.

P.S. I had to deal with the guilt of not hitting 10,000 Fitbit steps today. The guilt is real, and I’m trying hard to be easy on myself. You would think that being sick would be enough of a reason to have the day off, but it seems I think too much. Negative thinking sucks. I’ll overcome this. I will!

 

DAY 26 STATS

Weight: 183.5 Pounds

Steps: 6,539

Distance: 4.72 km

Floors: 21

Time: 30 Minutes

Peak Heart Rate: 0 Minutes

Cardio Heart Rate: 2 Minutes

Fat Burn Heart Rate: 2 Hr 28 Minutes

Resting Heart Beats Per Minute: 65

Calories Burned: 2570

Calories Taken In: 493

Food Log

(All Calories Are Best Estimates. When In Doubt I Went Higher)

Breakfast 

(I’ve never been a breakfast guy FYI. Eating breakfast at all is new to me.)

None

Lunch

Green Smoothie: 372 Calories

Afternoon Snack

Dark Chocolate: 121 Calories

Dinner

None

Evening Snack

None

Thanks for following my adventure. If you have any questions, I’m just an email away.

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