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Friday, April 05, 2013

well I made it to Friday...actually we all did!

I'm happy to report I got in 40 minutes of cardio m/t/w and 30 minutes on Thursday. I decided to revise my April goal to min 30 mins a day, 6 days a week. today was a busy work day and I have "girl issues" so my back is killing me and I just flat out did not want to workout tonite. in fact I fell asleep on the couch after work.
I'm also happy to report I worked 4 full days this week instead of my usual 2...although it wasn't a very busy week at least I tried. its no wonder I'm so exhausted today...what a week.
oh, and I'm also happy to report I've had more water this week than I have all year...lol. I tend to have iced tea running through my veins and somehow I've only had 3 glasses all week! I took my water to work every day and after havin it all day at work I was just able to keep it goin when I got home.

hmm...so I guess I could say I'm kinda proud of myself for this week. I honestly didn't even realize how well I did. as usual I was focusing on the fact that I'm broke and work wasn't very busy...when in fact I should have been noticing how good I did on my personal goals...on the things I can actually control. interesting. maybe I should take a step back more often emoticon
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    i knew you could do it....slowly but surely you are climbing out of your funk and finding yourself....the strong, capable, confident, deserving woman you are. One day, one healthy habit at a time you are becoming the woman you were meant to be. You can do anything for one day and this will be the key to your succcess. Go after it and you will get it.
    1870 days ago
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    Good on you!!! I wish I could be dedicated to the fitness side....I envy you!! You have every right to be proud.

    Keep on keeping on....
    1871 days ago
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