What I did right today

Monday, December 17, 2012

Things I did well today:

1. worked out--pushed myself a little bit harder on the elliptical and actually did some strength training.
2. still not drinking diet pepsi! I had a slip up last week and this weekend, but overall doing well.
3. I publicly committed to a 5k. I might be crazy but it's good to have a goal.
4. I ordered new sports bras (and a cute yoga tank) because if I'm going to do this 5k we have to keep the girls contained and the old ones are getting a bit stretched out.
5. After a horrible snacking incident at work, I got back in line and barely snacked this evening. There were a few slip ups, but much better. I ate a big salad and a healthy dinner.
6. Got some things on my to do list done--less things to do, less stress! If I can do a few things every night then I'll have it all done by Christmas!
7. Made good choices at the grocery store--including skipping some of the treat making supplies I would usually buy in December--the kids aren't asking for it, none of us need it, so I'm not even going to bring it in the house! I figure we'll do an obligatory batch of sugar cookies to decorate and my great-grandmother's recipe (that one is mandatory, one batch per year in celebration of my wonderful great-grandmother and all the women in my family). Other than that, no lavish baking this year! Fewer calories and less stress=win win
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  • ANDY_54
    This is a great blog. I love the positive attitude you have going here. Hope the training for #3 is going well--I'm waffling on signing up for a 5K at the end of the month, you've given me hope! Great job! Keep it up!
    1980 days ago
    Your day could have ended badly but you didn't let it emoticon you got right back on tack

    Go Reds Go

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    1981 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/18/2012 1:12:12 AM
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