500-999 SparkPoints 804

188/365 - week in review

Sunday, July 02, 2017

Boy, this work schedule is EXHAUSTING. I'm only working 4 extra shifts in July, down from 6. I am finding that by the time I'm done with the work week, the weekend just feels like I'm trying to catch up, and that isn't a good feeling. So I'll back off just a bit.

Food is going ok. I'm going Keto for 30 days. It is so close to what I already do, it shouldn't be too hard. I'll start on July 5, which will give me July 4 to food-prep. I don't think it will be very hard, it is just a matter of making it interesting and not getting stuck on the same 4 foods for 30 days.

Hope everyone has a good week and a safe July 4!
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    It really encourages me when I see how well you are doing!! I can really tell when I see you. Your hard work is paying off🌷🌷🌷
    1487 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4994568
    Yikes! Being happy about less extra shifts. Insane! I hope they can hire more people so no one is working so many extra shifts! Hope tomorrow works for you.
    1490 days ago
    hope you have a good week also and get some rest
    1491 days ago
    I've never done Keto though I think it is a good diet. My doctor wants me around 125gms of net carbs a day or less and I would like to be in that range all the time but sometimes I struggle. I'm glad you are going to have more time off.
    1491 days ago
    Sounds like things are going well. Just be really careful with going Keto - if you do that for a long time (like a year or more), it can be rough on the kidneys. I did Atkins for a long time, but weird things were starting to show up in my bloodwork, and it meant my kidneys were not happy. So, well, I backed off that. Would rather be generally healthy than thin at the expense of my kidneys!
    1491 days ago
    You're doing so great. VERY happy for you.
    1491 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.