NEVER Postpone Grocery Day

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Oy! This has honestly been the highest calorie week I've had since late January. 2000 to 2300 calories per day every day but ONE since Sunday. Seriously.

We finally got around to grocery shopping today and so I FINALLY have food in the house to make actual meals, not just eating whatever and piecing things together hoping it works out. I also didn't spark everything before I ate it today and thought I was around 1600. Nope. Over 2000. How frustrating!

In other news I've pre logged all of my food for tomorrow and avoided a weekend pit trap (my son wanted to go to Chuck E Cheese on Saturday but I persuaded him to go to the zoo with me instead LOL). He could use the fresh air anyway and I could definitely use the not being around pizza..ness...

I'm in the last week of the first month of Les Mills Pump and did Pump and Shred (45m) yesterday for the first time. I was absolutely wrecked today. My whole body was feeling it that's for sure!! I was scheduled for cardio and did Les Mills Step (30m step and plyo) and feel SO much better now thank goodness. The first 10 minutes was hard but once my blood started moving it got easier and I was able to work out a lot of that residual soreness - bonus!

In even MORE HAPPY news --- we applied for Bug to go to a Montessori school for kindergarten and we got the letter today saying that he got in!!!! We weren't sure that he would. The school selected students by random draw (it's a Calgary Board of Education school but the program is multi district so they decided this was the fairest way to do it instead of first come first served). They had over 100 applications and only 50 spaces so we weren't getting our hopes up. When the letter came I was SO SO nervous but we got in!! ANNNND we got the morning class like we were hoping for too!!!!


Since I've been terrible at blogging this week, here is my week in review. Not pretty.

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