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The one where nana dies twice

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

I was at episode 8 of my Friends challenge. I watch: «the one where nana dies twice» today during my workout on the stationnary bike.

That is not a blog about that sitcom, but I have to say that I enjoy so much the play of the actors in Friends. Today, I think that Ross was so funny in that episode!

For now watching tv during my workout help me. I really have to rebuild my motivation and since I'm far from what I could do before my injurie I have to be creative to enjoy a small workout that seems effortless for me. Stationnary bike it's the only thing I could do. My goal with that challenge is to test my heel and start to move a little bit again. So I gave me the challenge to watch the first season of Friend before upgrading to another workout.

Today I stayed at home with my son who was sick. I can do my workout during is nap and I remember how easy it was to keep a routine when I was a stay at home mom. I was at my best for weightlost and training at my last 1 year maternity leave. I will have to find a way to be as consistant even if I work.

I also did a excellent beef and broccoli dishes that I found on sparkrecipes. It was sooooo yummy and full of vegetables. I add mushrooms and celery and it was good! 11 weigtwatchers points with the rice.

And ohhh.... I'm at 1 pound of my first 10 pounds lost since my come back!!!! Yeeeeee, and it will gave me back my 50 pounds lost! Yes!
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  • TIMOTHY53
    I can honestly say I never watched an entire episode of Friends. Somehow it never caught my fancy.
    2224 days ago
  • WINDMILLS18
    I love Friends! I watched every episode when they originally aired and now I find myself watching it when I flip through channels.

    Great job with your weight loss!
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    2225 days ago
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