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Monday, September 10, 2012

I feel weird today. I didn't have the same devotion yesterday that I had had for the past week - I had a chance to go play tennis and passed it up. I ate well until we headed home from the in-laws. Hubby stopped at Krystal on the way out of town and my willpower took a nose dive out the window. I love Krystal burgers.

I woke up this morning after a full 8 hours of sleep and am just...blah. I just want to keep to myself at work, don't really feel like talking to anybody. I have to go do my 5K plan tonight, but I think I'm going to push it a little farther and walk longer. I still can't jog the 1 minute intervals like I should, so I'm repeating week 1 all over again until I do it. I also think I'm going to do some toning exercises. When I was in dance as a teenager, I remember laying in bed at night and doing leg lifts and such - I need to get back in the habit of doing those sorts of things to keep my muscles toned and stay limber. It's not hard - I just quit doing them.

Anyway, now I'm going to go read a daily visualization blog and hope it gives me some motivation to get over this gross feeling.

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WIPINGSWEAT 9/10/2012 11:12PM

    I met my goals today, diet-wise, and did my mandatory 10 minutes of cardio. If I can make myself do that every day, this would be a cinch. I am getting the hang of it, and after grocery shopping this evening, I'm a little better prepared. Thanks for the encouragement!

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ANDYINBC 9/10/2012 11:10PM

    Some days are harder than others. My weekend seemed to be a step into an alternative universe or a time when I didn't know about Spark. Today I was able to get on track. You know exactly what to do, so you can do it too!

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