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6 AM CYCLE?????

Friday, March 27, 2009

Today I am off of work. DD was at her dad's for 3 days (she's on Spring Break) and and I decided to stay home with her today.

So what do I do??? I teach a 6 AM CYCLE CLASS! At least I have my workout done for the day! I know most of the students because they take the Saturday am classes or some of the evening classes and we had a good workout.

For breakfast before class I did the egg beaters with cheese - I topped it off with some salsa this time - it was awesome! After my workout I had some organic Trader Joe's yogurt and a banana (organic, from Trader Joe's - I love Trader Joe's!)

Today is going to be really nice - mid 50's and sunny so after my nap I plan to get out in the flower beds and clean them up.

Tonight we have movie night, watching Twilight, then tomorrow I teach at 9 am. Yeah, no 7:30 or 8 am class so I get to sleep in (for me)!

Sunday I run in a race!! A 5k. I'm not worried about the distance at all - last Sunday I ran 4.1 miles, but it's going to be around freezing when we run! I don't ever run when it's cold so it will certainly be something new! Race report to follow on Sunday :)
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    You always have so much going you are a very devoted person.
    4352 days ago
  • HOPP73
    You are one busy lady! Wishing you much good luck on your race!
    4354 days ago
    Sounds like you've got your hands full with that schedule. It does take quite the balancing act to be a worker, parent, spouse/girl(boy)friend, exerciser and the list goes on and on.

    I love Trader's as well, I just don't utilize them that much. I also love Whole Foods. I just need to set aside time to come down for a shopping day.

    Best of luck tomorrow!
    4355 days ago
    Good luck on your race!! I'm sure you will do fabulously!
    4355 days ago
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