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Count down to Mardi Gras ball gown

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

So, I noticed my last blog was two years ago. I'm still here, still fighting, still about the same size, although I've been up and down in that time. It's been almost a year since I've been in the excercise routine. I've tried here and there with several attempts to get back in the habit, but no consistency so far.

I have a Mardi Gras ball on the 25th of this month and my brother and sister in law are coming down to go with us. My sister in law runs all the time and always watches what she eats, not to mention an enhancing surgery a couple of years back. She sent pictures of herself trying on dresses for the ball. THE HORROR!!! She looks simply AMAZING, even in the dressing room with no spanx. The challenge is on. I can't undo months, okay years, of neglect in just three weeks, but I can at least get on the path.

So, this is DAY 1 of my personal 23 day challenge.

Day 1 Wed, 2/2 No sugar, no sugar, no sugar
Day 2 Thur, 2/3 No sugar, walk 2 miles.
Day 3 Fri, 2/4 No sugar, walk 2 miles, water water water
Day 4 Sat, 2/5 No sugar, water, strength train upper body
Day 5 Sun, 2/6 No sugar, walk 3 miles, water, bed by 10
Day 6 Mon, 2/7 No sugar, water, bed by 10, ST lower body - Weigh In
Day 7 Tue, 2/8 No sugar, walk 3 miles, water, bed by 10, yoga in the AM/PM

I'll see how the week goes and set next weeks goals then. Hopefully I can wog (walk/jog) my miles by then. The weather isn't being very cooperative, so looks like I'll be on the treadmill.
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    2572 days ago
    Good luck! You'll see results if you stick to your goals and maybe do more as you go along.
    2576 days ago
    emoticon I love the way you wrote out your goals I'm going to sit down and do that right now. I konow all about the weather we got 15 in. of snow yesterday. Good luck you can do this, keep us posted and let me know if you need any support.
    2577 days ago
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