I’ve been regularly eating healthy since march and exercising the past 1.5 months, almost always in the form of running.
My breakfast is generally 215-300 calories:
My lunch is currently unknown; I pack a large bowl mostly with salad and put an entrée on top. It’s a bit difficult to count calories with that setup, but it seems to be working.
I usually make tea for dinner, and sometimes snack on kimchi if I am feeling a little peckish.
I’ve worked up to running 10km every other day, and running Monday/Wednesday/Friday seems to work pretty well. I typically burn about 850-950 calories according to my health tracker, and it feels really good seeing data like this about my efforts:
I spoke with my mom yesterday via hangouts, and one of the first things she pointed out was my weight loss (I started at ~204 and now I’m down to ~184). Of course, she was motherly concerned, but I assured he this was completely intentional and I had a goal in mind.
Felt pretty nice for another human to acknowledge my accomplishments, since I don’t really notice any of these things besides looking at the data.