Summer Recap!

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Yes I still think of the beginning of school as the end of summer, and the way the weather has been this week it definitely is starting to feel like fall. I LOVE fall, the cool, crisp air, the wonderfully colorful leaves, the beautiful sunshine (hopefully), and the return to our normal routine! This summer has been pretty good, its really just been the last couple of weeks that I cannot wait for the kids to return to school, and they are ready for it too! I am finding it hard to follow any sort of routine these last few weeks, which is making work and working out hard! July started out with 2 pound a week weight losses for 4 weeks! I was thrilled, however, since that time I have stagnated, bouncing up and down the same few pounds. I am only 8 pounds away from my goal but I just can't seem to get it together at the moment! Everyday I tell myself that I am going to better, and I guess I am doing better then I have in the past as I am not gaining back a lot of weight, just bouncing around those few pounds. I am so looking forward to the kids returning to school and to our routine going back to normal. I like routines and plans! My kids thrive on routine and I feel like we are all a little lost the last little while:)

So my September goals are:
1. Get back into the routine of daily workouts, at least 5 days a week.
2. Good healthy meals at regular times.
3. Healthy baking for the family at least every 2 weeks.
4. Blog at least once a week.
5. Work at regularly scheduled times, whether I feel like it or not!
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    Yep, that is my summer, bouncing the pounds. Time to get on track!
    2454 days ago
    I hear ya about getting back into a routine! We are creatures of habit...and a routine does us good!
    You will kick those last 8 pounds to the curb in no time!
    2456 days ago
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