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This Day Almost Got Me

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Today I woke up late because my alarm didn't go off (because my alarm is my phone and it died). Do I was not able to get in my morning workout that I have so good about. So I thought "it's okay I'll ride my bike to work and that will take care of it"


I forgot that I had a luncheon planned that I was supposed to make rolls for and ended up just buying some at the store. bleh. The luncheon was so FUN and I ended up staying so long (and eating so much that I didn't track) that I could not ride my bike to work.

BAM just like that no work out. I work at a "health food" store. It is a cool little place that sells food from the local farmers. I live in Washington so we have a bunch of apples still. Today I moved 400+ pounds of apples from a big bin into a medium sized bin. I don't know how to track that but I for sure got a work out doing that.

I bought a single beer (a habit I've gotten into, I buy one awesome,lager or red or stout instead of a six pack of some junk beer when I feel the need, we have some fabulous local breweries) and came home.

I started watching TV and drinking beer and wanted to eat everything I could get my hands on. BUT I CHOSE not to. I made 2 peanut butter jelly roll ups (I did a titch of butter to them) and told my self that this will pass and came online and wrote this biog.


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    That's a good workout moving some apples!! We all have our days....some more than others! (me) It makes us stronger!! Keep up the good work
    1725 days ago
    You can log the moving of apples as heavy cleaning since you are moving and lifting. It is a workout- just not a structured one like specific exercises. emoticon
    Remember sometimes ya gotta just take it one hour at a time. If you eat too much at lunch then eat light at dinner. Things like that.
    1730 days ago
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