Thursday, September 14, 2017

Well then

My weight.....holding relatively steady.    It's not the lowest I saw from last week.  But it's not up where I have been stuck at for months!   So that's good!    

I've had three people tell me that it looks like I'm losing weight.   Desiree my coworker (and walking buddy), Jason who says he sees it in my face and my mom (mom's don't count though!!).   I don't see that the few pounds make that much difference but we shall go with it 

I'm enjoying the tracking free existence.  But I honestly do remain somewhat cognizant about what I'm eating.   And I try to eat mostly fruits and veggies at work!  I'm enjoying it so much that I signed up for some program (Rally) that helps with attaining health goals. And when one of the challenges was to track...I couldn't even bring myself to do it for the four weeks!!!     The Rally's through work and earns health care spending money that's out on a Visa card for me to use....very much like a healthcare spending account.  So heck yeah I'll do it!!!   But from what I see you also earn coins for your good healthy habits....and with those coins you can buy things  in an auction style format or you can use them to enter sweepstakes.   So rewards available in two formats for me.

So a simple picture from where we rode last weekend!

And RIP to my cat Ethel she was 17.5 years old.


Sarah said...

So sorry for the loss of your cat. 17.5 years is a good long life.

Totally awesome reward system at work. Definitely worth it. Wish more employers had a program like that. It's a nice benefit.

Has surgery on my shoulder yesterday. Feeling pretty good today but no workouts or housework until next week when I start physical therapy. Still tracking my calories and water and whatever steps I get on fitbit, but not pushing the steps.

Have a great weekend!

Shelley said...

Oh Mary Fran, I'm so sorry about Ethel! No matter how old, it's so hard to lose a pet.

TheAgonyOfBeingFat said...

Omg! It hurts my heart to hear about Ethel. I'm glad she had a nice long life though. Our four-legged babies make life more enjoyable:)

RIP Ethel !!!

Lynn said...

I'm sorry about your kitty. I lost one at 17.5 also. He was a big part of my life.

jen said...

So sad about Ethel, but ohh what a life she had!! Don't they become such a big part of your life and family?

Love the sound of that reward system.

Anonymous said...

Thats great that your job is doing that. Sorry to hear about your cat.

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