My new obsession (besides Sparkpeople)

Friday, July 18, 2008

I can't believe I got suckered into reading Twilight. But now that I have, I am officially obsessed. Go TEAM EDWARD! This book is so good so far, ugh. I hate that I'm obsessing over a younger boy, which is so utterly gross, but since he's not "real" and since he's also a "vampire" - this makes me feel better about it. Stephanie Meyer is a fantastic writer - you'd fall in love with Edward too.


Back to business.

I DID TWOOOO LEVELS OF 30 DAY SHRED BACK TO BACK TODAY - GO MEEE! I was dripping sweat, it felt so good to go back to Level 1. I then went to turbo kickboxing. What a great exercise day. It makes me feel ok about going to happy hour with the girls tomorrow!

Day 25/Week 4 of Calorie Deficit Tracking (Thursday)

Calories consumed: 1631
Calories burned: 788
BMR: 1432

bmr + calories burned: 2220
less calories consumed: 1631
=== 589 deficit

Week 1 totals: 713+910 -(337) + 953 + 634 + 524 + 736
= 4160 deficit

Week 2 totals: 14 + 961 + 871 + 522 - (79) - 161 + 962 = 3090

Week 3 totals: 999 + 368 + 190 + 664 - (1100) + 238 = 1359

Week 4 totals: 596 + 0 + 990 + 589 = 2175
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    My colleague has been raving about Twilight. I guess I will have to read it. :-)
    4653 days ago
    Congrats on the double 30DS! I have to admit I'm getting curious even to break into the Twilight books now...although I need to hold off the urges for another week until these finals are over :-)
    4653 days ago
  • K.D011FACE
    What on earth is Twilight? A new book series or something??
    4653 days ago
    Ha Ha ! I've been resisting reading them although my daughters and students have all been "bitten" by them!! I guess I will cave and read them!
    I read "the Host "and it was good but not addicting (like we all hope for in a book). Thanks for the review!!
    PS-Love your page.
    4653 days ago
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