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Goals tracking 5/14

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Hi all! We had a wonderful weekend away, even extended it by a day! But getting back into regular life is proving quite difficult. But, I have managed to hold true to my 5k/day step streak! Hubs stayed home on Tuesday as an extra recovery day from our weekend and it totally messed me up!

5k steps every day (starting 5/5) - 9/27 emoticon
Ride my bike 2-3 times a week (starting 5/10) - 0/3 weeks emoticon I have not gotten on my bike yet. I plan on getting a quick ride in tomorrow.
Stretch/foam roll for a minimum of 5 min each day (starting 5/6) - 2/27 emoticon Ugh. I have to admit, I forgot about this one. Getting up to stretch now......... There we go, that counts for day 2.
Vacuum the house each week (starting 5/10) - 0/3 weeks emoticon Must do tomorrow
Clean bathrooms each week (starting 5/10) - 0/3 weeks emoticon Must do tomorrow
De-clutter the kitchen island and keep it that way - emoticon Did this before vacation but need to do it again since all of the mail landed there upon our return.

Sure looks like I'm going to have a busy day tomorrow! A run, bike ride, foam rolling, vacuuming, cleaning the bathroom. Luckily I am off!

Then we are meeting friends on Saturday for the Luke Byran concert. After that life slows down for us a little bit. I will get a little busy in 2 weeks, as my best friend is getting married in 3 weeks, but THEN we finally slow down a little bit since the first of the year. Just in time to kick my training up a notch for the 1/2 marathon!

Anybody else have any exciting plans this weekend?
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  • CINDYSDAY
    Enjoy the concert! I am sure it will be awesome!
    1280 days ago
  • ALICIALYNNE
    You got this! You can achieve those goals!
    Nothing too exciting this weekend which is a-ok by me!
    1280 days ago
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