Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Day 2701 - It's the Fit and Fabulous check-in #WellnessWednesday

It's check in time!

How's your week been?

Are you feeling fit and fabulous?

Here's a run down on my week from a fitness, food, fabulous mindset and intentions point of view. If you're on the path to improved health and fitness, perhaps you'd like to keep a similar list at home. It's a great way to keep yourself on track.


The mornings are getting cooler which means I've switched to long pants for our dawn walks.

Weekly Goals (Monday - Sunday):  

  • 20km of walking, 
  • 100 situps, 
  • 60 leg raises, 
  • 40 pushups 
  • dips. 
  • Stretching and flex
  • Daily dose of dancing 

Weekly achievements:  

  • 23.5km of walking
  • 100 situps 
  • 160 leg raises
  • 40 pushups
  • 80 dips
  • Stretching and flex
Weekly challenges:
  • Migraine
  • Forgot to add dancing to my day. 
Weekly reflection:
  • It was a good week and I nailed my exercise goals.  I'll definitely start dancing next week. 


Switching sweet biscuits and chai for morning tea to fruit and green tea

Weekly goals (Monday - Sunday):
  • Less heavy carbs (eg bread, pasta, pastries, potatoes)
  • More clean green meals
  • Only 3 chai lattes a week (the rest is green tea)
  • Smaller portions
  • A more mindful approach to what I'm eating
  • Planning the weekly menu ahead of time
  • At least 1.5 litres of water a day = 10.5 litres per week
Weekly achievements:
  • Salads and wraps for my at home lunches
  • Fruit for morning tea
  • Menus planned out for two weeks
  • Eating lots of fruit, vegetables and salad
  • Cooking one meal ahead of time knowing I'd be too busy to cook a healthy meal the following day.
  • Bought Skinny Cow ice'creams in the hope they may actually be better for me. 
  • 13.5 litres of water
Weekly challenges:
  • A night out at Enlighten where we ate at the street stalls.
  • Still getting those sweet cravings
  • Attending a 4 year old birthday party (after skipping lunch) and eating two slices of cake and every lolly in sight. 
Weekly reflection:

Planning is definitely the key. While I wasn't going to weigh myself yet I did end up jumping on the scales and I'm a kilo down which is good news.  

Fabulous Mindset

Weekly goals (Monday - Sunday):
  • Create daily to-do lists across all projects and roles to create positive forward movement
  • Affirmations
  • Positive self talk
  • Belief in myself and my ability to take back control
  • Mindfullness 
  • Tolerance 
  • Good mood
Weekly achievements:
  • Detailed to-do lists with ticks all over the page achieving results in all areas
  • Getting a handle on my self talk and my renewed can-do attitude towards exercise and food
  • No excuses regarding exercise (including going for a walk on my own when my kids ditched me)
  • Believing in the possibilities
  • Recognising the wins no matter how big or small
Weekly challenges:
  • Migraine pain
Weekly reflection:

I've enjoyed just STOPPING for an hour a day to take a lunch break in front of the TV where I completely zone out. 

Intentions for next week:

  • Continue with my fitness goals
  • Continue with creating healthy menus
  • Continue counting my water intake
  • Find an up beat motivational song and dance every day
  • Create my wellness affirmations
  • Focus on mindful eating
  • Enjoy the walks with my kids because once this quality time with them is gone, it's gone.
  • Take time out next week to have coffee with friends.

Wellness Wednesday is a chance for us all to reflect on the choices we make in our lives.  Ageing positively is a choice.  We can either let life happen to us or we can create our lives through targetted and mindful choices.

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If you're a blogger and would like to document your own health and fitness journey, feel free to use the Wellness Wednesday prompts (would love a link back for providing the inspiration).

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