Well I finally did it. Jumped on the "Exercise" bandwagon.
I purchased a treadmill from a friend for $50.
I purchased a pair of Nike+ shoes for $50.
And I upgraded to an iTouch.
And started to exercise daily. At first it was 10 minutes. Then I worked my way up to 15 in a couple days. Now I can go 25 minutes and 1.3 miles a day. It's only been 3 weeks. And 2 pounds less.
My measurements and weight as of today:
Now that's some personal stuff going up on here, but you know what it comes down too? Accountability. If I throw my stuff out there like that, I have to be accountable for my progress. Period.
And I highly recommend the Nike+ website. AWESOME to set goals and track my progress. Even MORE awesome to meet and/or EXCEED those goals. I set weekly and realistic goals. I am not even close to running a marathon yet, but maybe one day next year I will be. First, I have to ease into that running thing as I'm just walking now. But I'm walking 6 miles a week at around 19 minutes, so it's all good.
And I'm making healthier choices. Except for Sundays. That's my cheater day. And I don't feel guilty at all for making any choice. As long as I exercise, it's all good.