i'm down :(

Monday, June 25, 2012

So, this past week we haven't been doing our runs and I can't explain why because busyness and not feeling like it and anything else we have going on is NO excuse. Thirty minutes should be accomplishable no matter what! I also tried to do Day 8 of Jillian's 30-Day Shred this past Wednesday and pretty much half-assed it and only got through about 70% of it. It didn't help that my skinny gorgeous rock-climbing sister was doing it with me, looking perfect and completing all exercises with ease. Barf. lol. I love her though, she is a rock in my life! Yesterday, Sunday, it rained all day long and was so dreary. My husband and I got up, showered, and got right back into our pajamas for our Sunday breakfast and coffee at home. I prepared a powerpoint for my literature class for a few hours, and then Jer and I played Sims for a few hours. No exercise whatsoever, how sad. Actually, he did do some push-ups and pull-ups, but not me :( I can only dream of doing one pull-up and one non-girl (knees on the ground) push-up. I ended the week with gaining 0.8 of a lb. LAME!!!! I have been within the same three pounds for about 4 years now. It feels like no matter what I do, I'm just not able to get the weight off. How can I possibly push any harder??? How can I want this any more than I already do??? AHHHH!!!! Oh well, off to work, today is so dreary :( :(
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    I hope you cheer up. Don't be so hard on yourself. If you are looking for a little more motivation, you might try one of the challenges. It will at least you getting 10 minutes of exercise in a day. The address to the challenge page is

    Sorry, I can't hyperlink in a blog comment, and I apologize for the multiple comments. The computer freaked out on me. Have a good day!
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    Comment edited on: 6/25/2012 1:47:02 PM
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