Doing Well with the New Challenge

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Wow, it's been almost a month since I've posted a blog entry! How time flies when you're having fun...and working...and sticking to the challenge! LOL!

I'm proud of myself for still being so amped about the Trinity's Corner challenge. At our 30-day weigh-in, I had lost 9lbs and a little off my waist and even a bit off the hips. I admit that I could have done better but I'm not beating myself up about what's in the past. I usually get myself a Christmas gift and this year, I took a "cheat week" from Tuesday before Christmas thru Christmas day (so it wasn't even a full week). I didn't go too wild except for on Christmas day...my family can cook! Anyway, the day after Christmas, I went for a 3 mile walk around Lake Orlando w/ my buddy Monica. Then came home and did 30 minutes of cardio. I'm determined to do at least a 10-minute workout each day.

I'm super extra proud of me (yaaay me) for not giving in and eating emotionally. The holidays hold some challenging memories for me but I'm channeling my mind to do some extra design work when I feel the blues. This is new for me so I'm praying to stick with it...because I know that it's easy to fall off the bandwagon.

Alright, it's 1:30 and I need to take my post-workout shower and get some rest for work tomorrow.

Until next time, focus on the blessing not the stressing!

~Deuces n Smooches~ Diva~

Shout outs to...
- Trinity Phillips for having the heart to start Trinity's Corner and for taking the time to transform not only our bodies but our mentality as well
- Tiffany Rothe workouts for making me think I'm having fun even when my muscles are screaming:
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    I enjoy bootcamps and whatnot through the gym, so I'm going to have to try some Tiffany Rothe workouts. Thanks for sharing the link!! I wouldn't have known otherwise.
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