30 days challenge day 1


Today is the first day of the challenge unfortunately have not started right away... also I'm going to add the weight of my sister (Lisa) and me today.

Lisa:65 KG

Romy: 78 KG

Lisa:
Breakfast: sandwich with herbal cream.
Lunch: cheese bun
Dinner: fries, lettuce, sausage.


Romy;
Breakfast: yogurt with honey.
Lunch: cheese bun.
Dinner: fries, lettuce, sausage.



From tomorrow we will of course do a bit healthier. Otherwise this challenge will not be much useful. if you still know your meals you can always let us know. On the 15th day, I also add our weight and the last day.

#dag1 #healthy





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The survival of every day - tip 1
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The pictures I'm most proud of!
That was quite a bit difficult to choose, because I am proud of many of my pictures... But there are two that really stand out a bit, and they are made very shortly after each other. I sat in the garden, looking at all the flying life around me, and noticed that a Bumblebee got very excited about our Digitalis (Foxglove). The Bumblebee flew into one flower after the other, and began to buzz harder and harder. Fortunately, I had my macro lens camera at hand quickly, and I was able to capture the Bumblebee Yoga exercises quickly: May I present to you: the Downward Facing Bee In order to stay in good balance, we also take this attitude the other way! After which a graceful Flower Greeting was carried out. And then Mrs. Bumblebee flew away happy buzzing. Pictures of course taken with my Olympus OMD EM1. #yoorsapril2021 #hommel #macrophotography #digitalis #foxglove