What makes doctors think that strapping something onto your finger and hand, laying it beside you and trying to sleep is going to be normal? Maybe it’s just me, but it isn’t comfortable. Not only that, I am paranoid I am going to roll over on it, it will fall off, fall on the floor, etc. So Monday night wasn’t the best sleep of all. And I still have yet to hear back about it, so I am not sure of the results yet.
After my not-so-great-sleep, I got up and exercised. Once again, not the most amazing run but it was okay. I then spent the rest of the day working, walking around, going to an appointment, walking around some more, working some more and finally relaxing in the afternoon.
One thing I have been noticing is (a) I eat less overall which is good and (b) I get hungry more often. In the morning, early afternoon, all those times I used to NOT get hungry as I’ve been doing intermittent fasting. I am debating on starting eating “normal” for a while to see what happens, just so I don’t have these bouts of hunger. They aren’t bad, mind you, they are just there. I may start on Wednesday, I may start next week, or maybe I won’t start at all. I guess I’ll feel things out.
NOTES FOR THE DAY:
|Run||4.33 Miles @ 50:57|
|250+ Steps Per Hour||13 out of 14|
|Sobriety||56 days in a row|
|Liquid Intake||Decaf coffee and zero calorie flavored water|