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I have a goal for May to average one mile a day for the month (meaning at least 31). I don’t mean FitBit miles all together. I mean purposeful miles. Yesterday, my Gear Fit 2 battery was mostly dead, as was my phone (phone was at 16% today, too, though I didn’t mess with it … ). So, today, I “made up” the miles. I can, because of the route I take, go every other day and get the average easily, but I would rather have too many miles at the end of the month than not enough!
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Goals for 2016: Quantifiable and Trackable

I wrote these at work during slow times, and honestly, I am quite proud of them. I think they are exactly what I need to follow, AND I can easily split them up by month and then by week, and even by day. It’s hard to give up on a goal when it’s something small every day that I need to do!

So, here are my goals!
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I Didn’t Die …

img_6299But this was after Saturday’s shift.

I don’t have a picture of Sunday’s. Why?

That’s because an hour after I got home, I was in bed.

Until 12 hours later.

Now I’m back to bed for a nine hour day (and not taking a lunch, so I get full pay). Woo. I’m gonna be tired.

But it’s okay. I’m going to make it. Josh has done worse shifts. I’ve done longer ones.

At least I won’t be on the floors. That’s a nice upside.

Okay… I Walked a LOT!

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Since that screenshot, I’ve added over 1k in steps (purposeful steps).

I’m gonna be sore tomorrow!

I was only supposed to work from 645a until 3p. A coworker has sun poisoning (she’s a redhead … and went to a lake for a week, ;)). So, I volunteered to cover her shift. Another coworker was late, so I covered the first part of her shift as well.

So, I worked from 645a until 315p, and then worked from 4p until 730p, because we finished early. A normal 4 hour shift can get me anywhere from 7500 steps to over 12000, depending on which position I am doing and how many patients there are.

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