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Every Excuse in the Book

Monday, January 07, 2013

My Day:
My Morning consisted of unloading a 6 pallet truck of stuff I didn't order. It was ordered by the same guy that told me to get my inventory down. He just increased it by 5 percent. Physically, I am tired.

My diet:
It is the continuing saga of can't eat enough calories. I am just not hungry. I haven't been to the gym in a while and I am trying out every excuse in the book to just skip it.

1. I am tired. I am getting enough sleep, I just have no time to relax.

2. My two days off were spent on my resolution. That was enough physical labor to count as exercise, right?

3. I have a list growing by the minute on what I need to do and what days I will do it. I can't fit in both, plus make dinner.

4. I am losing weight without it anyway.

Guess I am going to drag myself there. In the end, I will feel better. Maybe I will leave work early.

My Resolution:
Flylady says I must declutter one cabinet, remove cobwebs in the kitchen. My hotspot will be the tray that sits on the bathroom counter. It was to put jewelry on, but it is a crap magnate.

It's only lunch and I am too tired to think about it.


Update: I did go and exercise after work on the elliptical. Only 22 minutes, but it was something. I took care of all the FlyLady list plus 2 loads of laundry. It looks like I did hit my calorie range tonight. Pasta and whole wheat bread helped.

I'm seeing progress. If I just stop whining and look around, I can see it. I just need to stop and look more often
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  • TXANGEL84
    I LOVE FLYLADY! Good job on doing the elliptical workout! 22 minutes on the elliptical is 22 minutes more than everyone who just decided to sit on the couch.
    2141 days ago
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