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Oct 14 Goals

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Okay I am not going to let today pass without putting down my goals. It may be 5pm, but at least I am blogging.

Yesterday's report quickly--I think I only had 9 glasses of water. I think I may have been low on my calories again today. I may have only gotten a little over 1100. I accidentally skipped my snack yesterday afternoon and that put me too low on my calories. UGH. I was not able to go to Zumba because I was called to the church to speak with someone. But I did get to BodyFlow. I got the pwk faxed for our mortgage (which we heard from today and we were approved). I got the two batches of porcupine meatballs made. But I did not get the scrapbook stuff put away.

This morning has been crazy busy already...ugh...I am frustrated because I feel like I can't get anything done. Maybe I should quit getting on here and start getting things done, but today I didn't even get home until 3pm after leaving at 7:15. I went to DS's school for 1 hour to help in his classroom. Then I went to my PEP appt at the Y. Then I went and helped a lady clean her house (oh my it made me want to come home and throw everything out!) Then went to (are you getting tired yet?! lol) a girls house and we had lunch and practiced a song we are going to sing for church on Sunday. Got DS off the bus and did homework, luckily it only took 1 hour total instead of the usual 1 1/2-2 hours it typically takes AND there was no crying or hollering! WOOHOO (we had already done both this morning before school! UGH UGH UGH!)

So on to today's goals:
1. Drink 10 glasses of water
2. Stay under 1400 calories
3. Go to PEP appt
4. Household chores: Help in DS's class, help lady clean, practice song, get laundry done, clean up scrapbook stuff.

Okay gotta go! Dinner time! :-)
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