I drank 72 ounces of water today. Is that enough? 

This is totally random but has been the topic of debate between my wife and I. Feel free to weigh in and share your experience or knowledge.  Here's the question...  How much water should the average person drink in a given day?  This is a really important question because how much water you consume in a day can have a significant impact on your overall health and wellness. The problem is, there's so much conflicting information out there and it's tough to know the good info from the bad.  The rule used to be, drink eight, eight ounce glasses of water a day. Now the new recommendation is to drink half of your boy weight in ounces a day.  I don't know about you but getting 64 ounces of water…


Fit4autism: I begin my weight-loss journey 

Halfway through the day, I'm doing pretty awesome. I've already reached some of my healthier living goals for today.  I've already exceeded my minimum goal of 60 minutes of activity and taken in 44oz of my 64oz of daily water. I've almost reached my bare minimum step goal of 6,000 steps for the day. Hitting 10,000 shouldn't be a problem.  A few minutes ago, I finished up my first of two, thirty minute sessions on the treadmill. The second one will probably occur after dinner.   Food is sorta scarce right now cause I don't get paid until tomorrow, at which point I'll hit the grocery store and pick up the list of groceries Alexa has kindly helped me put together.  You can find my midday stats below.