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Monday, September 18, 2017

I dont recommend skipping breakfast. However, today, I skipped my coffee, wanting to get right to the track and get my walk in early, I didnt have coffee, which I usually have two cups sometimes three before my walk.
Then when I came home, after running some errands, etc, I didnt eat.
Now, it wasnt that I was intentionally not eating,
After my walk, I bought a medium coffee at the local grocery, but didnt drink it until I got home.
I just started cleaning my house, laundry, facebook, etc, and then around 1130ish, I realized, I hadnt had anything to eat all morning.
So, I had red berries special k and yogurt.
I havent been hungry all day.
I am not sure if these things are related. But maybe there is some relationship to too much coffee and hunger????
I have heard that, being a stimulant, that it can increase the appetite, I never thought much about that, as I am a coffee junkie.
I am not sure I will say goodbye to coffee, but I might decrease my intake and maybe start skipping it pre-walk, as a trial just to see if it makes any difference.
Anyway, I didnt walk as much as I could have, or should have.
An hour.
I have slowed down, and it takes me an hour now to do just over 2 miles, that is way slower than it used to be, where I used to be able to walk a mile in the time frame of 19 to 22 minutes, it is now taking me about 26 to 28 minutes.
I really need to figure this out and step things up.
I am adding some incline walking, opting to take some side walks and streets instead of just sticking to the track.
Well, that is my story for the day.
I am off to begin dinner, burgers for Honey and grilled chicken salad for me.
Hope this wasnt too boring.
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