I almost made it!

Monday, March 01, 2010

I'm co-leader of a team called We Will Lose 50 lbs, and for the month of February, we had a goal of losing 4%. I lost 3.25%. :) No complaints. I worked hard, and am happy with what I lost. Not to mention the fact that February is a short month as it is. I was one pound short and if I just had those last few days... lol

I'm excited that it's March. My daughter will be 10 tomorrow and my son will turn 3 on the 13th. It's a birthday month when you add in my sister that will be having a birthday on the 20th. I'm excited that spring is on it's way and it will give me more of an opportunity to start getting some exercise outside. I'm looking forward to being able to play soccer outside with my daughter.

Starting my spring cleaning early so I will be able to go out and enjoy the sunshine and not have to spend my time indoors doing various projects while watching my kids through the window.

In the meantime, I've been working out on my gazelle. I love that thing. I can't believe what a difference it has made having that available to use in my house. I have it right in my living room so I'm confronted by it all the time. It's hard to ignore it when it's right there near the tv. I try to do at least a half hour in the morning and a half hour in the evening. Sometimes it's just an hour at night. Either way, I'm feeling great that I'm actually accomplishing something at a time I would otherwise just be sitting down and vegging out.

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    3547 days ago
    What is a Gazelle....
    3548 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/1/2010 3:57:18 PM
    emoticon Wow, it sounds like you have found your routine. It is nice to have a piece of exercise equipment in the house that "calls" to you. emoticon Keep up the good work. I'm in the trenches with you!
    3548 days ago
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