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Call Me Crazy But ....

Thursday, January 03, 2013

When all my children are home, my cars fixed, and life has normalized Ive decided to post a "Week with the Ws" on my (non SP) blog .... Almost everyone I know says to me, "What do you eat?" because we eat non-processed/whole foods ... I think itll be fun and hold me accountable to "No Treats" (which is my code word for going out to eat and skipping our healthy real food eating ways....)

Today was a good day health wise ... sanity wise not so much. I did my C25K, ST, Yoga, Meditation, and I ate well. I did not however get any cleaning, batch cooking, bills paying, car problem fixing stuff done ... but hey its only 3;45 .... theres time left in the day - right?!
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  • WINGLESS98465
    You're crazy!


    I look forward to it, let us know when you start it up!
    1934 days ago
    At least you got your workout in!

    I, too, eat mainly whole foods rather than convenience foods. I'm surprised it's so difficult for your friends to understand!
    1935 days ago
    Those muffins sound super yummy :) I have a freezer full of random whole wheat/spelt muffins that I throw in my kindergarteners lunch box all the time ... he loves them! Suprise flavor of the day! haha

    Ya, I know ... I thought that too ... hey I got nothing else done BUT I worked out so there! haha (Today same story!! Cant seem to find the motivation to pick up haha)

    Support- anytime! You rock too girl and belive me Im thrilled we met :)
    1935 days ago
    Right , but you got your workout in ! LOL Good for you ! I am ready for take out ! Pizza sounds good , I made those High Protein Blueberry Muffins Today - they are real D-Lish - I used whey (plain) Megs Recipe and easy too ! anyway - Thanks for your support - better today ! You Rock - Hugs Karen
    1935 days ago
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