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Sunday, February 03, 2013

Today was a pretty good day. I got a lot of cleaning down around the house including getting the carpets cleaned. I didn't get in a workout because by the time I got the house cleaned I had to run errands, then make dinner, then my best friend showed up. I've been contemplating working out at night, because then no one will be awake and I'll be able to do whatever I want without being interrupted. Maybe I'll do my workout before I hit the sheets. But I am extremely excited about tomorrow, we are going to a friends to ride the dirt bikes and four wheelers. I absolutely love riding, it gives me time to think and feel free in a way. I just recently got into riding and I've always been too afraid or getting hurt, but that is no way to live life. you just have to take the days as they come and live them to the fullest.

But I did want to add something that I have been really thinking about today: I've decided that 150 won't be my final goal. I'm not sure what that goal will be, I'll figure that out when I get closer to 150. I plan on adding a lot more strength training because I refuse to be "skinny fat" and I want to be strong and I feel like even if I lose the weight I'll look good but I want something that even a complete stranger will notice. Also I still haven't gotten my fiancé on the weightless band wagon but he keeps saying that as soon as things aren't so stressful at his job (which should be within the next week or two) he wants to start losing weight too! Keep your fingers crossed and pray that he does because he weighs 330lbs and is having so aches and pains due to the weight at age 26 :(

Keep up the great work people, I'll check in soon! Have a great Sunday
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