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Thursday, March 19, 2015

No, I haven't called it quits already and dropped off the face of the universe. I went on a spiritual retreat from last Thursday until Sunday evening - no internet and no phone for 99% of the time. I did log in to spark an. Track my food on Friday and Sunday (missed Saturday completely) and the only exercise I was able to do all weekend was walking each day. So I put my PIYO program on hold. Then I skipped workouts on Monday and Tuesday of this week and napped instead. I was up late every night of the weekend and it took me a while to recouparate. BUT I have been tracking food every day - just not taking time to blog. I picked PIYO back up yesterday and today. Then, tonight I painted my husband's new office for two and a half hours - TALK ABOUT CARDIO! I am worn plum out tonight! I weighed in on Monday - no change on the scale. But, honestly I was just glad I didn't gain after not exercising much for the three day weekend and slipping on the good eating habits. I went over on calories nearly every day I was gone (I told you I struggle with social eating... Ugh!) I just wanted to blog to say hello and let everyone know that I'm still keeping up the health and fitness, just been too busy during the day and too tired at night to blog. I hope everyone has had a fantastic week!
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  • HEIDIS2NDCHANCE
    Way to go on still tracking your food! I think the biggest struggle is being aware of what you are doing. I hope the rest of the week went well for you! emoticon
    1961 days ago
  • PUMPKINJACK24
    Good to hear from you again. Slipping from time to time is not a bad thing. Each day is a new beginning. I know you can do it. I believe in you.
    1964 days ago
  • BONNIEMCC488
    emoticon Sounds like a nice weekend, and lots of exercise painting!
    1965 days ago
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