I have stairs at home, so I usually do pretty well on the stairs, but the steps were a real challenge for me. I'd get tired or sore or just not feel like walking - and the numbers showed it.
As I've been feeling pretty good for a little while though, I've been up-ping my walking, either walking the dogs before going to work, or taking a walk during my lunch break or early before I even sit down to start my day at the desk.
Every week, FitBit sends me a "progress report", which sums up what I've been up to for the week, which I've always kind of dreaded opening up (but I always do.) In that report, my performance is compared to my friends' performances. I have some pretty serious walkers as FitBit friends and I'm usually somewhere down at the bottom of the list (5 or 6) unless someone's lost their FitBit or their battery died or they forgot to take it off before swimming.
So maybe you can appreciate how excited I was when I opened my report today and saw this:
(Chala and Lisa are still kicking my butt, but I'm getting better at this! Don't pay attention to the calories or weight category - I don't update the parts that make that up very often.)
What's the buzz?