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Faking Being a Morning Person - Day 2

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Ugh, today was not as good as yesterday. I made it up on time and did my Insanity workout, but I wasn't as energetic as I'd hoped I would be. I finished the workout but didn't burn as many calories as I normally do. And, I'm pretty sure I called Shaun T more names today than I normally do, even after he took his shirt off...

After my workout, I drank 2 cups of coffee and started my day. I felt pretty good after the coffee and got tons done. Then my hubby called (it was almost bed time for him) and he kept yawning. I sat outside in the sun talking to him, listening to him yawn, and afterwards I was so tired. I chilled on the couch for a bit watching Celebrity Apprentice (probably shouldn't admit that, but hey, it's like a train wreck, I can't stop watching) and then made myself a coffee smoothie.

That did the trick!! Was able to get some more stuff done, take my baby girl to dance, and walk the dogs. Thankfully it was leftover night so no cooking and I'll do the dishes tomorrow...

I've read that if you do something for at least 21 days in a row it will become a habit. So, 2 down, 19 to go emoticon
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    DWIECHERT, I wish I knew!! I don't generally stay up past 10pm. I have always been like this. I've tried everything, going to bed earlier, making myself wake up at the same time every day, hypnosis, etc., etc...
    3004 days ago
    Why is waking up in the morning such a chore to you? Do you have late nights?
    3004 days ago
    Good luck with it! I've discovered I'm more of a morning person than I used to think... but my bedtime is too late at night for me to get up real early! This is partially my fault, but also partially due to my DH's work schedule.

    Keep it up and you'll have a good habit on your hands in no time flat!
    3004 days ago
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