Trying to Make Days About the Same

For the past few weeks I have been trying to figure out what affects my head, etc.  Just because I CAN do something, doesn’t mean I should try to max out.  It seems that if I overdo activities, that I will regret it for a few days.  So, comes the pedometer (well, now I have a fitbit 😉 ).  I have discovered that if I keep to the same amount of steps over the course of a week, that I seem to do better than if I try to do as much as I can.  While I am no where near the 5-6+ miles a day I had before, I have to let that go and just do what I can now.  (Haven’t been on any walks with Burleigh and Patty yet  🙁 ).  So I took the scientific approach of trying to reach the same number of steps for at least a week, and then increasing that amount… just a teensy bit.  If my head/neck starts bothering me, then I do NOT increase the amount for the week.

So far, so good.  Don’t get me wrong, my head and neck still bother me but I guess “it’s tolerable” when I don’t try to exceed my limits.  I’ve just had to accept that I have limits.

I still have to write reminders for everything but I seem to be able to follow my list.  I’m not good at multi-tasking at all but I can do multiple tasks a day 😉 [ ]

Just thought I’d give you a head’s up on why I may say, “NO, I cannot do that today,” even if my head isn’t really bothering me today.  I’ve learned that the hard way.

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