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First my heart rate monitor and now my car again!

Thursday, January 24, 2013

So not only has my heart rate monitor been on the fritz, but so has my car! I just had $1,500 worth of work done (I only paid $200) and it's still messing up! This only happens to me when I have the rest of my week planned out that involves lots of driving! I planned on going to zumba today-saturday and then also the doctor on saturday. All of that is in my old hometown that is 45-60min away. I'm not going to be able to make the trip with my car driving like it is.

The code scanner read that is was the cam sensor (which was already replaced), so hopefully there is just a loose connection somewhere and it's a quick and easy fix. If that's the case than maybe my plans for today will be ruined, but I can at least salvage the rest of my week!

No morning workout again, my boyfriend didn't have to go to work till later so we just lied around and spent some time together. We are both busy people and sometimes it's nice to be able to cherish the moment and spend some time together. I think sometimes people get carried away with weight loss or training (in my case) and forget to spend time with the people around them. It's a balance that must be found!

I did get my 10 min of daily jump rope in though. I will do the planks around lunch time and the squats tonight when I'm not wearing tight work pants! I must say between the jump rope and the planks, my arms (my weak point strength wise) have really been feeling it (shoulders too!)

Please cross your fingers for me that the rest of my week can be salvaged!! emoticon
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  • RAINBOWCHOC
    sorry you are having a rough week. I hope it improves soon
    1343 days ago
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