I noticed this today:
I have never in my entire life seen my collarbone. Now, mind you I am flexing my shoulder, but still.
I can see and feel my collarbone. I can feel my sternum and ribs, and when I lay down, I can feel the iliac crest of my pelvis. Such bizarre feelings to feel my bones emerging from under my flesh!
I decided today to revise my fitness goals and to set a new one.
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Today’s food choices:
Today’s food choices, from upper right: multivitamin x2 (I ran out of my calcium supplement! Poor planning on my part; more is on its way); Starbucks Trenta Passion Tea, no syrup, with 4 packets Splenda (so delicious); Sargento Reduced Fat Sharp Cheddar Cheese sticks x2; 2.5 ounces Boar’s Head Maple Glazed Turkey Breast; turkey picadillo taco filling with Monterey Jack cheese sprinkled on top x2.
When I bought my calcium supplements, I didn’t realize that I had only bought a 15 day supply. Oops! I ordered some more last night from the manufacturer, who was giving a 25% discount plus free shipping on orders over $35. I’ll write more about them tomorrow in my Friday Five post. Stay tuned for that one!
At our weekly weight loss support group meeting, Dr. A led us in a discussion about goal setting. This discussion could not have been more timely.
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