Spring Bootcamp Day 3

Tuesday, May 01, 2012


I woke up this morning feeling rather bloated and unsurprisingly the scales reflected that with a bit of weight gain. I'm not overly worried, but I hope that this doesn't become the norm again now, as I've had some serious struggles with plateaus before. I WANT to get under 70kg so bad!! No more late night snacking on cheese for me. :/


Not so great today to be honest. May day is a holiday over here, so we had cake and a big roast followed by chocolate mousse for desert. To be honest I enjoyed every bite and made sure not to overindulge (read: I actually stopped when I felt full!), but I still went over my daily limit, eurgh.


I did the lower body workout today and was quite happy to be able to keep up without struggling, so I went on and did it a total of three times. I'm quite chuffed actually, that afterwards I had sweat dripping down the side of my face, when it was only such a short little workout! Originally I had planned to do some yoga today, but a) I'm a bit too knackered after the videos and b) I still can't do most poses because of my wrist. Excuses, excuses, I know... :(


I spent the majority of the day outdoors on a little day trip today and even though I really didn't want to I ended up enjoying it and for once I managed to clear my head for a couple of hours. I took my camera with me and got a bit snap happy, reminding me that I love photography and I'm quite possibly not too bad at it either, hehe.
Also spent the time walking my dog thinking about how I really want to go back to university and do a Master's degree. I'm going for an appointment on Friday to see if I can afford it and if there's much point to it, but I just think that it would be so good for me at the moment and for once I'd really be able to focus on my studies as opposed to when I did my BA.
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