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Things I Accomplished Yesterday

Monday, December 03, 2012

-Graded six student essays.

-Did five (!) loads of laundry. Put away three (oops).

-Purged a shirt that was too short and a sheet set that was worn out (threw out the pillowcases, donating the sheet to the animal shelter).

-Paid bills and packed up two eBay sales to ship.

-Filled my pill cases for the week.

-Made Monday's lunch and laid out my work clothes.

-Finished cutting out the pieces to the Etsy commission I'm working on. Sewed part of it.

-Made dinner for my mom and myself... a Campbell's recipe involving chicken, brown rice, and broccoli. It's good, but I'm using less seasoning next time! There's enough for tonight's dinner too.

-Finished the rough draft of a fan fiction story I've been meaning to write... for like three or four YEARS.

-Tried my first Oil Cleansing for my face (using this one: www.theoilcleansingmetho
). It felt great, and I think it drew some of the blackheads out of my nose. (Sorry, I know that's gross.) I used a Biore strip afterwards. I think I'm going to do the cleansing twice a week (unless my skin gets too dry) for a while, giving it time to work. If I see improvement, I'll keep doing it like once a week. If it doesn't work, I'm just out like $1.50 for a bottle of castor oil, since I already had olive oil.

And I ate within range of protein and carbs (and calories) AGAIN! I think I might have actually gone a little under on fat. Managing carbs and protein is easier than I thought... I just have to pay attention when I plan my meals. To not go over on carbs, I have just had to make a few swaps, and to not go under on protein, I just have added some, like a piece of cheese at lunch instead of crackers. It's been balancing out.

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