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Self-Honesty Day 3 ~ A new love (plus food pics)

Friday, April 22, 2011

Do you have a new found love? One that you have found since you’ve become a Sparker. One of my many new found loves in the “healthy foods” category is grapefruit. Oh, how I used to hate grapefruit. It was too bitter for me unless I covered in sugar. Well, being a Sparker you know that’s not the healthy way to eat grapefruit. One day, I am not sure if it was for a challenge or what, but I thought I’d try it again. My first try I admit I added a little bit of sugar. The next time I added honey. Someone had suggested that to me once so I thought I’d try it. It was ok, but nothing spectacular. Then finally the 3rd time (maybe the charm?) I tried it plain. I was pleasantly surprised. It was delicious. So yes, Sparkers I have found love ~ the love for grapefruit!

Is there something you haven’t tried in a while or maybe you have been wanting to try a new healthy food, but just haven’t yet? Well, fellow Sparkers I am “challenging” you to give it a try. You may be like me & be pleasantly surprised on how great it is. Or you may find you don’t like it. But you know what? You don’t know until you try it! So get out there and try something new.

Okay, enough about my love for grapefruit. My self-honesty day 3 was a busy day as is any other day. I worked on LOTS of laundry & week 9’s challenge for my fellow Sparkers. I got in my LEVEL 3; DAY 1 (woo~hoo!) of the 30-Day Shred! I am so excited to be on level 3.

I wasn’t going to do a food blog of my day, but I seemed to ‘spark’ an interest here. As time consuming as it is, it’s kind of fun. Plus I met a few fellow Sparkers out of it from posting my day 2!

Breakfast ~ I am an equal opportunity cereal company supporter. Kellogg bowl & Post cereal! LOL I had ½ of my new love ~ grapefruit (plain of course), 1 cup orange juice, ¾ cup cereal & ½ cup of half-percent milk.

I was feeling ok & opted not to have a morning snack. Instead I ate my lunch earlier as I had to get ready & off to work at my dd’s school. Since we colored eggs Wednesday night you know what I had to have for lunch! Yup, egg salad bagel-wich.

I chopped up one hard boiled egg (forgot how good these are!), mixed it with a tablespoon on chopped celery & 1 ½ Tablespoons of light miracle whip. Then I placed it on my 100% whole wheat thin bagel (another new love). I sliced up a medium carrot & celery and added a few grape tomatoes. Look at the color! I even have a wedge of light French Onion Laughing Cow cheese spread to eat with my veggies. I’ve got some whole grain crackers for the “crunch” factor and my good old water.

I also had a sweet treat after my lunch ~ One serving of Cadbury mini-eggs.

Since I was off to school for awhile I packed my afternoon snack to go along. That way I could have my snack on the way home (20 minutes) & it will have time to settle. The weather was too beautiful to pass up! So I got in my loop walk (2.3 miles; 36 minutes). Then after the girls got home we took a 1/2 mile walk to walk the dog. Okay, here is my afternoon snack.

1 piece of 100% whole wheat bread, 1 T. natural peanut butter & 1 cup pineapple and my traveling water cup!

Dinner was build-your-own-salad night. All of the fixings for a great salad.

I had tons of veggies, some chopped up deli ham, ¼ shredded reduced-fat cheese & 2 T. light ranch dressing on the side, plus my cup of milk.

My oldest dd’s work of salad art.

My youngest dd’s salad. She was pleased with all of her healthy choices!

Oh yeah, I was having an emotional/TOM kind of night. Sad, crying the whole nine yards & all I wanted was chocolate. So I opted for the healthier chocolate ~ some dark chocolate with raspberry filling. It served its purpose!

My range calculations for the day ~
Calories 1823 (OVER)
Fat 63 (OVER)
Carbs 272 (OVER)
Fiber 26 (range)
Protein 67 (range)
Calcium 99 (under by 1)
Sodium 2491 (over)
Iron 71 (under)

Water ~ 64 oz
Fruits/Veggies ~ LOTS!!!

Daily calorie differential ~ -459

I still haven't figured out my ranges but I am only less than 200 calories away from my "weekly" burn & I have a few workouts left to do.

Anyway, it was a lovely, beautiful day. I'll leave you with this wonderful, clear blue sky!

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PHOENIXK26 4/24/2011 6:33PM

    Love this blog! I have read on several Sparkers' pages where they love to eat grapefruit or oatmeal. Now neither of these is a favorite of mine but I always wonder if I'm missing something so every so often, I try them again. Nope, not missing a thing!
My "go-to" food right now is a navel orange. I can't seem to get enough of these. Yum!

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LOPEYP 4/23/2011 9:33AM

    Love your blog! All your food choices looked great - so colorful. I like the idea of salad night-make your own. Will have to try that.

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GTANYA 4/23/2011 9:22AM

    Awesome blog and great eating girl!!! You will get your ranges soon - you are on going in the right direction! I loved reading your blog and the pictures. Have a great day!

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TWINPOWER7 4/22/2011 9:19PM

    Hey Sweetie!! That is such an awesome idea to do a mini salad bar. I loved that the girls made their own salads too. You're such a great role model for them. Loved all the nice colors in your meals. I'm sorry you had a rough day. Must have been going around. emoticon emoticon

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RUNNINGMOM_OF_3 4/22/2011 9:14PM

    I love your blog!!! The only problem is, reading it made me hungry!!! :)

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RUNNER4LIFE08 4/22/2011 11:25AM

    I love salad bars! And the kids have a blast making their own creation. I'll have to add that into our meal plans again. Perfect with the warmer weather hopefully coming soon.

And grapefruit is so good and so good for you. I used to eat it with brown sugar but now found that I love it plain. Yummo!

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KATIRLYNN1234 4/22/2011 11:15AM

    Terrific Blog!!
Those salad pictures looked so great it makes me want to have one.... so, guess what i'm having for lunch.....

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PINKBEANBOO 4/22/2011 11:09AM

    I hate grapefruit. Maybe I should give it another try?

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NATPLUMMER 4/22/2011 10:14AM

    Definitely some tasty looking food.
Lots of walking = fabulous!!

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KELLEEH 4/22/2011 9:48AM

    Love, love, love your blog! I love all of your food choices! We have similar taste in food, so it's really nice to see what choices you make. I, too, love Ghiradelli dark chocolate. Your salad looks terrific. I will have to look for bagel thins in my store.

My new found love is oatmeal. I used to hate it (except in cookies or granola). But I kept trying and trying it, and now I LOVE it and can't live without it!

I have tried grapefruit a few times and always found it too bitter. I will keep trying it. Maybe I can learn to love it, too!

That's some beautiful blue sky! Does it make up for all the snow and nasty weather this winter?

Happy Easter!

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Self-Honesty Day 2 (with food pics)

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Self-Honesty ~ Day 2

Self-Honesty check ~ Wednesday ~ I had already pre-logged my foods into the Spark tracker Tuesday night so that wasn’t much of a concern for yesterday. It was nice having that out of the way! After the kids were off to school I had my breakfast ~

I had 1 cup orange juice, ½ grapefruit, 2 poached eggs & whole wheat thin bagel with cream cheese. As I was taking this picture, it got me thinking. What a pale colored meal? This breakfast was filling & tasty, but lacked pizzazz. My plate needs more color! Why not track my food colors for the day?

After my workouts of level 2; DAY 10 of the 30-Day Shred & treadmill (45 mins ~3.08 miles), I was in need of a high protein snack before I continued on with my day!

I enjoyed a banana sliced & topped with 1 T. peanut butter & 1 cup ½ percent milk
That snack tied me over into lunch time when I sat down to enjoy

1 cup high fiber Minestrone soup by Progresso, reduced-fat Triscuits with 1 wedge of Laughing Cow French Onion spread, 1 cup strawberries & ice water. I also had a ½ cup of left over steamed green beans that I added for some more veggies.

During the afternoon I worked on spring cleaning the bathrooms. I once again, fell behind so the 3rd bathroom/laundry room didn’t get done today. I was getting hungry for my afternoon snack.

110 calorie yogurt ~ Pineapple Upside Down Cake yogurt with 1 cup fresh pineapple! Delicious. I highly recommend that snack.

I had a low-fat hot dog, reduced fat crescent roll, baked French fries (my opinion the best way to have them), a side salad (look at the color there) & 1 T. light ranch dressing, plus a ½ cup of blueberries from the freezer. Very yummy. I was still starving (calories are still off) so I had another (not pictured) crescent roll without a hot dog. Plus 5 tater tots ~ just being honest!

We had a quick & kid friendly dinner since our night consisted of coloring Easter eggs. The girls had fun decorating the eggs & I even got to decorate one too. I love coloring eggs.

Okay, for my allowed sweet snack I had my Easter candy weakness ~ Cadbury mini-eggs. It is the darn TOM & if I don’t have some form of chocolate a day I may go crazy. emoticon

So did I reach my goal of having a food from each color?
Red- strawberries, tomatoes
Orange- carrot (shredded in salad mix)
Yellow- grapefruit, banana, pineapple
Green- green beans, salad
Blue- blueberries
Purple- red cabbage (shredded in salad mix)
Black- coffee (with added creamer of course)
Brown- whole wheat thin bagel, peanut butter
White- eggs, milk, low-fat cream cheese


My range calculations for the day ~ not good!
Calories 2153 (over)
Fat 71 (over)
Carbs 332 (over)
Fiber 36 (over)
Protein 70 (range)
Calcium 94 (under)
Sodium 2850 (over)
Iron 53 (under)

Water 64 oz
Fruits/Veggies LOTS!

Daily calorie differential ~ -339

I really need to get my ranges in order to meet with my calorie burn. I shouldn’t be going to bed & getting up in the morning “starving” after being over calories. Not that “sure I could eat something” type of starving. It’s the actual "my stomach is really growling & I am starving" kind of starving.

Any suggestions?

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TWINPOWER7 4/21/2011 9:06PM

    Hi Sweetie!! I loved this blog...meals looked so yummy. I get in the habit of eating the same things day after day. At least it makes meal time easy...just go get what I had yesterday. LOL I know you enjoyed coloring the Easter eggs with your girls. Having 2 teen-age boys, they don't like doing things like that but it sure brings back memories.

I'd love to hear about that 30-day shred. Where can I find out how to do that? I need to shake up my work outs a bit.

Happy Easter!!!
I'll probably talk to you tomorrow.
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SPARKLE_SHINE66 4/21/2011 3:58PM

    Everything looks yummy! That Laughing Cow cheese IS good! YUM!
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NATPLUMMER 4/21/2011 11:15AM

    Some yummy looking food. As much as I prefer dark chocolate, I still have a weakness for the Cadbury mini eggs ;-)

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MBSHAZZER 4/21/2011 11:12AM

    OK, just being nosy b/c I love photo blogs! I agree with the other suggestions about blood sugar. I would watch the packaged goods, like crackers, crescent rolls and frozen fries. Probably easier said than done when you have kids, but I find that my blood sugar is much better controlled when I eat whole grain carbs, like brown rice, kasha, barley and wheat berries.

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ERICACEAE 4/21/2011 11:07AM

    Kelleeh is right, it's probably blood sugar. Your colour is good, but to really regulate your appetite levels you could tweak some of your grain and starch carbs a bit, and avoid some sugars.

The pineapple treat looks tasty, but pineapple and most non-citrus tropical fruits are extra-high in fruit sugars that will spike your insulin and make you more hungry in the long run. Berries are a better choice, like the strawberries you had for lunch. Or citrus like the grapefruit! Also, if the yogurt had added sugar you could look for an unsweetened alternative. Sugar is one of the worst culprits for making you feel hungry down the road!

The white croissant and baked potatos are also easy-to-metabolize and will spike your insulin levels. The whole-wheat bagel you chose in the morning is a better choice becasue it's a complex starch that will "feed" more blood sugar slowly over time and leave you feeling satisfied for longer. Whole grain food also has more nutrients and fibre - yay!

Also I noticed that you had a much higher proportion of fruits to vegetables. If you work on balancing that out you'll have lower carbs and calories and a wider variety of nutrients, and you'll probably feel fuller for longer.

Since I'm already being a COMPLETE busybody, I'll finish with a chocolate makeover suggestion: switch from candy-coated, high-sugar chocolate treats to a smaller, more concentrated portion of 70% dark chocolate. One or two pieces have all the taste and lovely endorphins of chocolate, but with lower sugar, fat and calories.You can get 80, 90 or even 99% dark chocolate but it starts to get bitter at that level!

You're already doing great and making a lot of great (and colourful) choices! Just some tweaking suggestions to go a bit further. :)

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KELLEEH 4/21/2011 9:56AM

    COOL! I'm so happy to see your food pics! I was really curious where you get all your fiber from as that is where I struggle the most. I love how you tracked all the colors. Your food looks yummy. And a hot dog with crescent roll has historically been one of my favorite meals (we used to add a slice of cheddar cheese), but I haven't had one in a long time.

As far as waking up starving even though I ate the plenty the previous day... I find when that happens to me, it's a blood sugar issue. Meaning my blood sugar was too high at the end of the day, and it crashes overnight. You may want to consider having your last snack of the day be more balanced with carbs, fat, and protein, instead of mostly a carb snack. For example, you could swap your morning and evening snack, and have a banana, peanut butter, and milk before bed, and have your chocolate some other time during the day. Just my two cents!

Anyway, thanks for posting this! I love to see how other people eat!

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Self-Honesty ~ Day 1

Tuesday, April 19, 2011


Thanks to a SparkFriend JOAN_HEO for pointing out that a person needs to have some “self-honesty” to make this journey successful. As many of my SparkFriends know, I am struggling with the scale lately. Why not give myself a little self-honesty check and get that number moving again? Mom always said “honesty is the best policy”, so why not with myself? Hmmm. Something to think about there. How can I tell my own girls that honesty is the best policy, if I’m not being honest with myself? So this brings me to my self-honesty day 1 blog….

Today started off as any other day. I got the kids around & off to school, the normal morning chaos. I was going to be a good little Sparker & get in my level 2;day 9 of the Shred in before I went swimming. If I am being honest, I kind of talked myself out of it. By the time I was finished sparking this morning, I was running behind. The story of my life. So instead of feeling rushed & panicked during the workout, I got my lunch-to-go & snacks ready for my day out.

After swimming I ate my healthy lunch in the car & even got in 30 minutes of reading time. Being a mom of two that is a miracle all on its own! Then I headed off for my afternoon of “me time”. emoticon for a challenge this week on team Challenges for Sparkers with Lots to Lose.

It was pouring rain, but I enjoyed my day. I shopped where I wanted to shop, I had time to try on clothes & I even stayed out of the girls’ department. I always end up finding things for my daughters & never look for me. Not today ~ it was all about me!

I bought 2 pairs of capris ~ one pair is a casual white pair & the other is a dressy pair of black ones. I also hit Michael’s up to get one of their Paula Dean recipe books they had. I have so many recipes I use all of the time I didn’t want them all in a recipe box so I thought this would be a nice binder to organize my recipes in. After that, I fueled back up with my granola bars & fresh sliced strawberries. Then I was off to Target. By the time I got in the store my pants were a touch wet & I was freezing. It was so cold, windy & rainy! Brrr. Doesn’t help I really had to go to the bathroom! Potty dance=extra calorie burn!

I felt re-energized when I got in there. It’s a good thing I don’t go shopping every day ~ cha ching $$$$. I got a new pair of workout capris (charcoal colored), a green night shirt to go with my pj bottoms that fit me better now, a new t-shirt (dark plum), a new workout t-shirt (rosy pink), another workout t-shirt (purple), a black dressy cardigan & two pairs of shoes ~ a pair of casual flip-flops & a pair of dressy black sandals. Had I had painted toes, my feet would have looked much better in the dressy sandal. Future note ~ paint my nails before wearing in public!

I had so much fun shopping I was running behind, again! I got home just minutes before the kids got off of the bus. My oldest dd loves my new sandals. I guess they must be okay to wear then!

I had a super day of “me time” and boy, did I need it. While the shrimp was marinating for dinner I managed to get in my 30 Day Shred; Level 2 ~ day 9! Only one day left of level 2! Ya`hooo!

My range calculations for the day ~
Calories 1816 (over)
*my ranges may be too low for my calorie burn - need to check into that!
Fat 50 (ok)
Carbs 299 (over)
Fiber 41 (ok)
Protein 78 (ok)
Calcium 68 (under)
Sodium 2486 (over)
Iron 54 (under)

Water - 7 & counting…
Fruits/Veggies - 4

Workouts ~ swim & Shred

Calorie differential ~ -417

Well my dear SparkFriends & fellow Sparkers there is my day of self-honesty day 1! Sharing is good therapy & keeps the hands busy = no eating out of boredom!

P.S. ~ If you stayed with it & read the whole thing... emoticon
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KELLEEH 4/20/2011 7:27PM

    Great blog! Your "me" time sounds very nice. I think it's great you got that 30 day shred in after all. Nice job being flexible! And super good job planning your food for a day on the run! By the way, have you ever considered making your nutrition tracker public? (hint, hint) emoticon

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INSHAPE2011 4/20/2011 5:46PM

    Being a mum myself I really do appreciate (a) how important it is to get the "me time" and (b) how difficult too!!! Sounds like you had a fab day on all fronts so keep it up.

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SPARKLE_SHINE66 4/20/2011 9:04AM

    Sounds like a great day. That time for yourself should re-motivate you. Especially with some new workout clothes. You'll want to work out so you can wear them.
You can do this!

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GTANYA 4/20/2011 8:22AM

    Oh my gosh - i loved this blog!!! Good for you with honesty emoticon. It was an emoticon read and you burned a lot more calories than that for having to carry your loot around and back to your car emoticon. emoticon for taking care of you (I love all the stuff your bought!!).


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MISSMITSY 4/20/2011 8:12AM

    Wohoo for shopping!! Sounds like you had a great day and got loads of good you time and exercise in!

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NATPLUMMER 4/19/2011 9:51PM

    Great job getting some "me time." You totally deserve it!!
And you got Jillian in anyway!!

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JAMIECARDER 4/19/2011 9:50PM

    I'm so glad to hear that your "me" time was successful! And the self-honesty thing is a great idea!!!

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Another milestone in my journey ~ 5k completed!

Friday, April 15, 2011

Hello Sparkers!

I am feeling on top of the emoticon right now. I have been training for the SparkPeople Virtual 5k Your Way Running Program for several weeks now. I am proud to say, after all the health set backs with my daughter or myself, our loss of Grandma & life in general I have finally completed the 5k Run. Drum roll please..... emoticon (Okay, music notes is the closest thing I could find LOL)

Finishing 3.11 miles in 36.12 minutes! emoticon
(Seven minutes better than my first 5k run last May)

I started off with a side cramp & after a couple of minutes it went away. I kept having that stupid self-doubt emoticon kick in that there was no way I could finish it. I wanted to cry. Seriously, I thought about it. Then the other side of my brain emoticon thought that would take too much energy. Just focus on the run & see how far you can go, walk if you need to. Before I knew it I was coming up to the half way point ~ no stops yet. I looked at my watch ~ 18.00 minutes on the dot. WHAT? NO Way! So I yelled to my dh who was beside me on the bike & he encouraged me on with that being a good time. I thought to myself emoticon YOU CAN SO DO THIS! You are now over half way done. Keep on moving.

I quit focusing on the upcoming hill or the lovely ones to follow (very hilly loop path I walk and run). I just focused on the next foot or two ahead of me. I paid no attention to the upcoming hills. The next thing I knew I was on the back side of them, how the heck did I do that?

Then I came to the last leg of my run probably the last half mile or 3/4 mile and I switched up my iTouch tunes emoticon & listened to the good old song by Survivor oh yeah, a little ~ Eye of the Tiger emoticon ~ to bring me home!

I feel emoticon and the sense of accomplishing the training & run is a emoticon feeling too!

Here are a couple of pictures to share of my glory moment!

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JOAN_HEO 4/19/2011 7:50AM

    Congratulations!!! You did a fantastic job!

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KELLEEH 4/17/2011 11:52AM

    Awesome! What a great feeling and sense of accomplishment you must have!

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TWINPOWER7 4/16/2011 8:57PM

    I'm so proud of you!!!! I'm glad you posted the pictures. Put your hand's a BIG HIGH FIVE!!!! You go girl!!! This is just the beginning. You'll be running marathons before you know it!! WOO-HOO!!! That's sweet that your Hubby was there with you. Congrats!!

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LILIVW 4/16/2011 7:53PM

    Great job!

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SPARKLE_SHINE66 4/16/2011 2:24PM

    Way to Go!

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PHOENIXK26 4/15/2011 9:41PM

    So proud of you! I always hear those same negative voices when I'm pushing myself...glad you told them to shut up!

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NATPLUMMER 4/15/2011 4:50PM

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YAY!!!! That's an awesome time!!!
Especially for hills!!
I love your choice of final song....the only thing better would have been the Chariots of Fire theme ;-)

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JACKIEB4 4/15/2011 3:34PM

    emoticon on your 5k your awesome

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Run 35 minutes, really?

Sunday, April 03, 2011

Yup & I did it!

I hadn't been on the treadmill training for over a week now. With my allergies/sinus/chest congestion I bypassed the treadmill running since I was winded just going up steps & my chest/lungs were killing me.

Well I got home from our brief weekend away & got in my day 3 of the Shred. I felt so energized & ready to take on the treadmill. So I hopped on & did a 5 minute warm-up & planned to run for as long as I could. Since I am behind on my SP virtual 5k training & need to work on week 4 this week I thought I'd just see where I was & how long I could go.

To my surprise I kept trucking along & soon I was at 20 minutes, then 25, moving on to 30 & before I knew it I was at 35 minutes. Boy, didn't that feel great! I did it! I ran on that darn treadmill for 35 minutes straight. Go me!

I look forward to doing it tomorrow too. I know now that I can do it!!! Tomorrow starts my official week 4 training. Which means, if all goes well I will finish training & will do my SparkPeople Virtual 5k run next week! Woo-hoo!!! Wish me luck! emoticon

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KELLEEH 4/10/2011 11:35AM

    That is FANTASTIC! You are doing terrific. Running for 35 minutes straight is quite an accomplishment!

Go you!!

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JOAN_HEO 4/9/2011 1:18PM

    You must be out running!!! When I had a bad cold a few weeks ago I felt so much better after I ran...the cold went mostly away after that. I don't know why but I'm not asking questions! I just like it ... a LOT!

Keep running! You're doing great!

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GTANYA 4/9/2011 10:56AM

    Awesome work!!!! Keep going!!! WOO HOO!!! emoticon emoticon

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    That is great Girl , you should be very proud. emoticon

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PHOENIXK26 4/8/2011 9:58PM

    Isn't it amazing how we can just get into a zone and not notice the time flying by? I felt that way on the bike today. Didn't really notice physical issues until I was 75% done!

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K8NJKSMOM 4/7/2011 2:59PM

    Awesome! Way to go!

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SPARKLE_SHINE66 4/4/2011 4:47PM

    Yay for you!

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TWINPOWER7 4/4/2011 4:44PM

    You are AMAZING!!! I'm nervous about running 5 min straight. Can't wait til I can run 30 min. emoticon

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APRILJOY1000 4/4/2011 10:19AM

    Good job! emoticon emoticon

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FANGLE 4/4/2011 9:39AM

    keep up the good work

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MINNA72 4/4/2011 9:27AM

    GO YOU!

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MOMONTHERUN1 4/4/2011 9:13AM

    Great job! emoticon emoticon

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MISSMITSY 4/4/2011 9:09AM

    Awesome work!! You're going to do a great job on that 5k!

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RUNTRILAUGH 4/4/2011 9:02AM

    great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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RUNNER4LIFE08 4/4/2011 9:01AM

    Awesome job!!!

Being sick really does wear on your body. I am glad you are feeling better.

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