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Monday, April 15, 2013

Hey all,
Sad to say that Monday came way to soon. I dont feel like I had much of a weekend.

Friday: Worked both jobs and still went to the gym at 9:45 at night. Did a full hour. Did intervals on the treadmill and I really pushed myself and did as best I could. I think the top speed I did was 4.6 or something like that. It was a crazy and worth it workout. I changed up my shoes and my shins didnt hurt as bad, surprisingly.

Saturday: I slept in and laid around til it was time to go to work. I closed the store and was out of there by 10:20pm. My workout buddy and I decided to go to the gym but just do a quick workout. Quick workout turned into 45 mins!

Sunday: Was a rest day and DH's birthday. So we celebrated with a one layer cake and ice cream. Not much cake leftover which is great. We went to the movies and seen Spring Breakers..........it was OK. I think the storyline could have been better. I wouldnt recommend paying to see it, but watch when its FREE on TV instead. Dinner plans were a spur of the moment decision and I didnt make the best choices, fried chicken breast and had two biscuits.

Today: Back to normal, eating healthy and tracking calories. I get out of work an hour early, and I have a coupon for a FREE small fruit smoothie. So Im heading straight to Mickey D's after I get out. Will be my afternoon snack. Not sure what the dinner plans are yet. I did go to the gym for 15 mins earlier and got on the treadmill. I am super tired today so Im planning on going to bed early tonight. Maybe I can get to the gym super early tomorrow for a full workout.................

Well Have a good week.
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  • NATPLUMMER
    I'm glad different shoes helped :-)
    Sounds like a great weekend to me.

    1329 days ago
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