After forever...

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

I know, I know, I've been ages. Once out of the habit... I had two tummy bugs that wiped me out. And can you believe I only lost 1lb?! 1 measley lb!

I'm back to feeling motivated now. I haven't done badly over the break, maybe a few mini eggs more than I should, but no massive binges. I've been getting some regular exercise - which is harder now that the netball league has finished, but we'll be starting the summer league in May and we've all been going to this boxercise class that's TOUGH. He absolutely kills us!! There were only 4 of us last week and he really focussed on making our bums smaller.
I've been out walking the dog, too, bless her. She's still very chewey. I'm taking her to dog training classes on Thursdays now, so that gets me off my bum. I've also convinced two friends to start exercise classes with me. I'm considering getting a gym membership... I wish I could trial it first, cause it's quite a lot of money. But if it'll make it cheaper in the longer run AND force me to go because I've already paid for it.... why not?

I'm in a pretty good place at the moment. I'm not obsessing about every lump and bump I have. But I am concerned enough to do something about it. Especially for T. He needs to see that I'm willing to work at this relationship and that means staying fit. Yes, he'll still love me if I get flabby, but he won't fancy me so much. And I want him to fancy me...

Though I wish he wouldn't eat chocolate in front of me.
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    Glad to see you back! I'm happy to be home, although the job search is stressful. I love going to the gym, but prefer spending my money on other things, and it's hard to get out living in the countryside.

    Glad to hear that you're not obsessing. I wouldn't worry about T not fancying you anymore, you're working too hard to get flabby.
    2876 days ago
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