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kashi cereal- good....bad pain- not good

Thursday, March 13, 2008


first i would like to PROUDLY say a peanut M&M has not entered my mouth since my last blog!! my mom and i came to an agreement- she will buy the regular M&Ms and leave them out for my dad so he's happy with his cnady and i won't touch the regular ones =D


i'm still on my fruit/veggie/fiber kick and i swear it's flatting my stomach- an easy way for me to meet my fiber quota is with kashi cereal...i am ADDICTED to the golean crunch now- this stuff rocks because the fiber AND protein grams in it is really high (and calories are not! woo!).....been having it every morning with fresh berries mixed in!! delicious and nutricious breakfast...


actually a few days i had a bowl of golean for breakfast and then a bowl of the goodfriends cinnamon raisin for lunch...have to be careful though b/c my carbs have been a little high b/c of this =/ but yea yay for kashi..it really keeps me full too!!


so this whole week i've been really tired- like not just lazy tired like pure exhaustion..i'm not sure why...the beginning of the week i did my slim in 6 and all my exercises every day and felt great (but tired) but then yesterday i woke up with the worst pain in my right shoulder blade/trap muscle and said okay maybe i need a day to rest and not work out so i rested but then today the pain is still there and i just do not have the energy to move- usually when i'm tired/in pain i push myself to do a little and it works but it's just sooo bad today i can barely sit up- the past 3 nights i've been going to be at 8 or 9pm which is ridiculous..i think my body really wants to heal/recover for more then a day but it's driving me nuts i feel soooo lazy and gross just sitting around watching tv in agony not working out...if i work out tomorrow and saturday (which is my usual rest day) i still would have gotten 5 days of exercise in so all is not lost yet...fingers crossed i wake up tomorrow and can do it!

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