Gaming_Jeweler Posted September 28, 2016 Report Share Posted September 28, 2016 I haven't been on the forums here in over 5 months. And I'm going to be honest: posting a new thread on here is terrifying. I'm not sure why, but it just is. I had a baby 3 months ago and used NF to help keep me in shape during my pregnancy. I gave birth to a healthy baby via c-section. I had to wait until my body healed enough for me to work out again. I was given the ok to exercise 6 weeks postpartum but I haven't felt like I was capable of completing a workout until recently. I'm out of shape and have to take things slow. So here's to getting back into the swing of things! 1. Get into the habit of exercising 2-3 times a week. I honestly don't care how long I can exercise. I may not be able to complete a workout for a long time. The goal is to get up and MOVE. I will either be walking or doing mom & baby yoga. I can try adding more difficult exercises later. 2. Log my water intake. I simply need to log how much water I drink. I'm supposed to drink plenty of water while I'm breastfeeding and I honestly don't know how much I'm drinking. So I'm going to start using my Fitbit app to track my water consumption. 3. Eat Paleo 2x a day. This one is going to be difficult. My husband recently made a decision to go Paleo after going to Camp Nerd Fitness this year. I'm proud of him and I'm trying to be supportive by keeping grains out of the house. But I currently need the extra carbs to keep my blood sugar up while I'm breastfeeding the baby. So the goal is for me to eat carbs once a day until I can wean myself off of them. But I can't buy any carbs that my husband would want (unless I eat out... which doesn't help our finances). Quote Level 6 Druid My Journey: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Battle Log Photo Album Character Twitter Carry the sun inside you, and reach out for the dreams that guide you. You have everything you need to take you where you want to go. -Douglas Pagels Link to comment
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