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hmm confessions and honesty

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

yeah, today....
I definitely planned on doing ST Lower today, but I was too busy. I barely had time for lunch...
Afterwork.. I was tired, burned out.
I had a drink.
doggone it.
then dinner
then back to work (invoices only)
then relaxed.
hey, you could have worked out then, you're probably saying. I did think about it - but I barely got my calories in today... trying to do ST with less than 1000 is not a good and I've been plagued with minor headaches lately. So, didnt' want to risk it. Instead.. had some reeses. and a cup of tea.
and relaxed, trying not to fall asleep. or feel too guilty.
Depending on the emails in the morning - I'll get a workout before lunch. Afternoon = meeting, then leaving a little early.
I keep forgetting - I worked out Sun-Tue.. so a day off was ok..

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DAISY443 11/17/2011 12:32PM

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EVER-HOPEFUL 11/17/2011 12:04PM


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STARL_73 11/17/2011 12:00PM

    But I didn't realize i deserved a day off until the day was done. So i didn't enjoy it!
and now, today, I'm forced to take a day off (migraine).
Not winning the workout war, so must win the eating war. But going to a special get together tonite and I'm not skimping on that. I CHOOSE to sample the fudge!
So, I'll make up for it the rest of today, friday and saturday.
See - you can be good and have your fudge too!

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DAISY443 11/17/2011 6:48AM

    Always good to take a day off! No guilt feelings allowed! Just enjoy!

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BRADOS 11/16/2011 11:11PM

    night Starl

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MSLZZY 11/16/2011 10:42PM

    A day off might be just what you needed. See what tomorrow brings. Sleep well. HUGS!

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