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Week ending 01-11-14

Friday, January 10, 2014

01-05: Trip to Grandparents' house across state was cancelled due to the weather. Played some WIO, but other than that it was a lazy day.

01-06: Snow Day! I couldn't get out of my subdivision so I stayed home from work. My husband (who has 4 wheel drive) took Lorelei to daycare still so I couldn't get some stuff done around the house. I had a very productive day. I shoveled the driveway, played WIO, hung blinds in Lorelei's room, vacuumed, the main floor and the stairs, and swept the main floor. It was a very busy day.

01-07 & 01-08: Nothing too exciting going on. Rode the exercise bike on Tuesday and played WIO on Wednesday. I am trying to get in some form of exercise every day.

01-09: I had my first class of the semester! I think it will be fun. My professor seems like a nice guy and pretty funny too.

01-10: TGIF! Played WIO. I am trying to play everyday so I don't fall behind in the Random challenge.

01-11: We are going to my husband's grandparents' since we didn't make it last week. Sunday we are going to my parents' to celebrate my mom's birthday.

Overall this week, I exercised a decent amount, but I also ate way too much junk. I need to get the candy and brownies and other sugary dessert items out of my life. I have a major sweet tooth and until I learn some self control it needs to be "out of sight, out of mind".
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  • v LOPEYP
    Great job on the exercise! The food will fall into place. I am struggling in this area too.
    Have a good week!
    929 days ago
  • v HOBBESIS49
    Great Job on your blog entry..

    Good self realization... you are on your way emoticon emoticon


    from 'Go the Distance' Spark team
    931 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/11/2014 12:40:42 AM
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