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Bye bye, July!

Monday, August 01, 2011

July is my least favorite month of the year. I am just not into summer, and July is just hot. Makes me not want to do anything! So glad summer is half over, and autumn is on the horizon (I realize I'm probably in the minority here, most people I know think I'm insane to look forward to cold weather). So, how did July go?

1. At least 900 fitness minutes - Actual = 850. Not too bad. I wish I had made the whole 900, but I got behind early in the month, and it was a race just getting to the point I did. But it's good to know I'm finally in the ballpark!

2. Yoga at least once per week - I think I went to yoga 3 times, with a few short practices at home - overall, I think I averaged enough to make it!

3. Take my lunch to work at least 3 days per week. - Um, yeah, this so did NOT happen! LOL

It is so much easier to get exercise in with some gym equipment at home! Not only is it a short trip, but the hubby and I have been motivating each other. Plus, with both of us down there, we have to stay the full hour so we both get full time on the bike and weight bench. Hopefully, August will be better for exercise!

Still working on August goals, but will try to post in the next day or so.

Have a sparkly week!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KAISERSOZE 8/2/2011 3:32PM

    You did great in July! My husband and I are just getting into working out together. I wouldn't say it's consistent yet, but I can't wait to get there! So glad your husband is on board with you!

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ROZZIECOFFEE83 8/2/2011 11:51AM

    Sounds like August will be an awesome month for you! And great job at your July goals!

Have a terrific day!!!

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CATREB 8/1/2011 3:28PM

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