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Friday, January 03, 2014

Well, I went back to work today for the first time in two weeks. I was kinda glad to get out of the house (even though it was really cold!) and get back to work. I am so tired of all of the sickness that has hung around our house. I didn't like getting up early, but I was even willing to let that roll off my back simply for the chance to see other adults!

Well, the weigh-in began for Biggest Loser at our school. I know I said last time that I would never do it again, but here I am contemplating it. For the most part, it does help me to be more least halfway through it before I decide that it is stupid and I give up. What are your thoughts? I need to get back on track. I have gained back almost everything that I have lost through the last 2 challenges. I feel yucky and can't afford a new wardrobe. Although, if my husband doesn't get paid soon then I won't have to worry because we won't be buying food. (just kidding...although things are tighter than we would like). Grrr...that is a whole other complaint that I don't need to get into right now.

What are some of my major struggles? Ideas on how to solve them....???

*Hungry (yes, stomach growling) after school gets out. I tutor until 5 then pick up the youngest, and head home to fix dinner.

*Getting up in the morning to workout. When I do get around to doing it, I do it of an evening, but then I'm keyed up before going to bed.

*Staying motivated to keep with the working out...and eating healthy although that is a little easier than working out. It seems like everyday is a struggle to work out...even a little bit.

Well, here it goes....
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    me too friend, me too - back at it. do whatever you think feels best, if you think the challenge works for you, go for it!!
    1357 days ago
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