The parking lot pigeons kind of freak me out when they all head toward me like this.
I am a geek. I freely and joyfully admit it much to some students’ chagrin; they still look at it as a negative. They’ll learn.
And as a geek, digital is preferred over analog. Google calendar & RTM works for me where DayTimers and paper lists fail.
Knowing this, I’ve invested in some tools to assist in the lifestyle revamp. A FitBit to track activity (think of it as a pedometer on steroids) and an iPhone app, LoseIt, that tracks calories and syncs with it. (what? A scone is how many calories?!)
Unnecessary? Maybe for most people. Geeky? Absolutely. Working? It’s only been a week so far, but I’m using it everyday.
Which is more than I can say for any other method I’ve tried.
taken after my workout which added 5000+ Ramones-fueled steps to my day.
They came back, the six pounds I had shed before he holidays. It’s all right; they won’t be staying long and about 15-20 more will be following them.
Yes, is time to change the lifestyle. Not because I want to, but I’ve realized that a half hour of exercise a day and watching my diet is the price to be paid for being able to walk up stairs, go hiking and eventually rollerblade again.