Hubby and I do all these and still get the Maths done 🙂 as Maths rocks in our household. I love my colleague’s story about his two cats. One cat is mature and ‘worldly’ and only does her ‘conditioned’ stuff . stalk and catch an insect, prowl and pounce etc. The other cat is a kitten = one that will do anything and everything with such great enthusiasm and most often then not misses out on catching the insect or ‘kill’. the mature cat would not even try catching a fly as it has been conditioned that it can’t do it. The kitten who has no preconceived idea on what to try and what not to try, gives it a full effort and lo and behold — GETS THE FLY. I want the kitten in my child to be nurtured for as long as possible.
I should mention…I used the numbers from the iifym calculator and according to others in a fb iifym group I am on, they have the same calculations as you do, and I should currently be at around 1992 calories. However, I started at 1403, went up a little when I maybe hit a plateau to 1509, and am now back down to 1375 calories. I wasn’t educated about how to calculate my macros when I first began and just used that calculator on the iifym website. However, when I learned what I really should be at, it was too late, as I am in a weight loss challenge at work for 2 months and didn’t want to risk gaining any weight. So, another question for you…this contest ends tomorrow. I am planning on going up to what my calories should be, however, I am scared to go from 1375 to 1992 right away because I don’t want to gain weight. I know a little weight gain will happen because of adding more carbs/water weight, but I’m not quite sure how much to expect? Should I up my calories all at once, or maybe half at a time?