I have moved on and I am settled in to my healthy routines again. Last night I ate my daily points plus 5 of my weekly extra’s. I realize that this is a lot of food actually especially if I eat healthy stuff. I also got a chance to make my wife dinner before she got home from work. Now I am no chef but I can put something together pretty good. I like to get home in time to be able to do that for her. So I stayed on weight watchers really well yesterday. I entered all my points and activity into my online WW tracker.
I also did a 7 mile run at my race pace. The run went well and it did not seem to be extrememly hard or anything. I made it through but my hamstrings got a tiny bit tired by 6 miles. I am so proud that I am able to run faster than I had ever thought I would be able to. I have never cared about my pace so it is a nice change of routine for me.
THE CHEW!!. This is such a tremendous battle for me and I can’t believe I went back again to that junk. I went to the doctors a couple of years ago with some problem spots on my gums and she told me that if I did not stop that I have a 100% chance of getting cancer. Even still, I have kept going back to this bad habit. So I might be posting a little more about this special journey of mine.
Here are my stats for alcohol and tobacco.
I have not drank alcohol for :
- 1486 days, 11 hours, 54 minutes and 128433265 heart beats
I have not used chewing tobacco for:
- 3 days. 11 hours, 55 minutes, and 302173 heart beats.