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Day 24....Grand ideas...epic failures

Monday, January 28, 2013

Although I am eating better and I work out 90 mins at least 3 to 4 days per week (I was doing 40 to 60 mins daily but schedule permitting it has cut back a bit) I do not get anywhere near enough sleep. So, I decided to go ahead and get some real sleep last night. I was in bed before 11:15, and planned to get almost 7 whole hours. I was excited because I would feel better when I woke up and had a quiet day to tackle homework while the kids were in school...wrong. I woke up at 4:40 am to go potty...apparently drinking more water means I have to pee in the middle of the night; oh joy. Because then of course I couldn't fall back to sleep since I normally never get that much sleep to begin with! UGH UGH UGH! Finally fell back to sleep almost an hour later only to be woken up 30 mins later. I got up, got clothes out for the kids, and woke them. Bad move...we had no school due to freezing rain. much for quiet day to do homework. Then my girls babysit for my neighbor and they were going to have him all day too plus their dog bit my 14 year old this morning. ARE YOU KIDDING ME???? She came over after work to check on my daughter and didn't even apologize! PFFT!
Needless to say the day didn't go as I planned, I am tired, want to go to bed, and can't because my homework isn't done. Pissy mood much? Yep, you can say so. AND I didn't get in any cardio because I had a house full of kids all day and one who was injured. sigh....
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    Those days are the worst!

    I need to get my exercise in when the kids aren't around, which means evening (which interferes with sleep) or early AM. But so far no matter how early I get up my baby is up shortly after. Limiting my options just a tad.

    But it's worth it.
    1942 days ago
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