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And I was doing so well!

Sunday, February 03, 2013

So, I've had my boyfriend over for a few days, and things haven't exactly gone according to plan! I think I need to carve out my fitness time a bit more strictly! I've been pretty good, though I've had a couple of naughty things each day; a korma for dinner, for instance. I've been trying to make healthier choices, but I've very much just been following my body and cravings; I've not been doing any real measuring of units or monitoring of calories. I think I've done ok-ish, though.

I've not been working out as much, though our wii-fit competition has lead us to some workouts together and we've spent time together....you know....having a workout. But I've not done day 3 of my jog yet, which I'm a bit disappointed about. I've not been sticking with my sleep journal, either. Basically, I've let a few of my fledgling habits go.

But ultimately, I can't change it by regretting it, and I had a good few days in which I got a fair few other things done. All I can do now is pick myself up, dust myself off, and give it another shot, starting now. My son is playing computer games for a while, and in that time I'm going to have a crack at working out a slightly better schedule.
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  • v GOPINTOS
    emoticon Thanks for sharing!

    Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
    Melinda
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  • v LAWANDMUSIC
    Good going. It is nice to have a friend to share some "exercise" with. I do not have a WII. Have wanted one. Keep up the good work. I am SO GLAD that you are mindful of what you are doing. That, in an by itself, is HUGE!
    1241 days ago
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