What's your new years resolutions?

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Re: What's your new years resolutions?

Post by Wondering on Fri May 20, 2016 5:57 pm

Wondering wrote:My resolutions:

1. Keep going to pilates weekly.
2. Get my A1c (which I've completely said f-it about after hypervigilance to get the go-ahead to conceive, trying to conceive, being pregnant, and to a lesser extent, milk production) back under 7.0.
3. Get back to showering every day instead of every other day.

Everything else is vague, though no less valued to me, like: Make sure my baby is happy, healthy, strong, learning, growing, and knows she's loved.

1.Well, I got my A1c back down to 6.7. Yay! I still want it lower, but it's back in normal (non-pregnant) diabetic range.
2. I'm still going to pilates weekly, excepting being sick or a couple conflicts that came up.

3. Showering not back to everyday yet but 5 days a week which is an improvement. When I have a choice between shower and sleep, I do choose sleep. I think this might not be so odd for at-home parents of toddlers.  Shrug

Honestly, I'm really just stoked I got my A1c back down. Whee!


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Re: What's your new years resolutions?

Post by Enail on Fri May 20, 2016 6:01 pm

Woo! Congratulations!
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Re: What's your new years resolutions?

Post by Wondering on Fri May 20, 2016 6:12 pm

Thanks! I also lost a pound since last time, too. Smile


(For anyone going "WTH is A1c?" and wants to know: It's a blood test that diabetics get which measures your average blood glucose level for the past three months. Non-diabetics have an A1c of below 5.7%. 5.7-6.2 is considered pre-Type 2 diabetes. 6.3 and up is Type 2 diabetes. 7.0 and below is considered good diabetic control. For a Type 1, no matter how good our numbers are, we'll always be diabetic, but we all judge good control by the same A1c standards.)

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