Bad week.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

I didn't work out nearly enough and I cheated twice, I did however pass my AF physical training test a week ago so I think for some reason that's why I let myself be lazy. This was the hardest week as far as quitting smoking, too. It always happens this way. I can always go the first 3 weeks without much trouble, but then I get beyond 3 weeks and it seems to just get harder and harder for me. Like, I want to give up because it's so much work not to and I think I can't take it anymore. But I've yet to have even one puff and I am pretty proud of myself for that I guess. Even if I have been slacking with the working out and I ate out with DH once, I guess I am still doing good not smoking.

Sigh. I really wish this came natural to me. You know those people who were born with that gene for healthiness and skinniness and it all comes easy to them? Why did I get jipped? I know I sound melodramatic, but sometimes it's just really frustrating that I have to work SO hard for just a 5 pound loss. :-(

I am going back on day shift next month so I am pretty sure that's going to help. It's easier for me to go to the gym at 2pm versus 10pm. Plus here in Germany Spring will be starting soon and I can begin training outside. One short term goal I have is to run the 5K Cancer Fun Run in April on base without stopping. I am pretty sure by then 3.1 miles should be nothing.
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    Hey girlie. Your doing just fine not smoking. Keep focused and chew lots of
    I guess DH learned a lot from you huh? Tell him to keep going also and he will be able to get his extra few pounds off that he has to lose to join the AF (that is if that is still his plan).
    We miss you guys.
    Love ya,
    3342 days ago
    You can do this! You did deserve a break after passing the PT test, now you have to get back in to training for the 5K. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3342 days ago
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