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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

This is the crazy time of year (what am I saying - it is always crazy around here) - however, there is something about the start of school and the fall sports that makes it seem manic. Couple that with a hubby who was just told that he is REQUIRED to work 7 days a week until the contract they are working on is done makes it PSYCHO. I am not going to complain about the work part - with me at home now, and trying to save as much as we can, extra pay is GREAT...however, it makes for 3 angry men in my life.

I am going to have to use the free time (aka while kids are in school) to work on me....I have figured out that I can get a great 40 minute run in between kid #1 and kid #2 leaving for the day - so by 8:30 running is in - this will leave me time to either do a 30 day shred, or an insanity DVD to help tone those other muscles.

I am also embarking on the 100 push up challenge, and am in week 1 - but so far so good - it only takes minutes, and from what this web site says - in 6 weeks, I'll be doing 100 real push ups....we'll see...I think it may take longer - but that is OK with me....because can you imagine how my shoulders will look next Summer in a tank top??? SEXY.....

I have to be better about planning meals as well, because all hell breaks loose at 5...I need to ahead of that.....so far so good - but this is only the first day of the week.....
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  • NITELITE72
    There is always a "first day" and at least you are aware of what you need to do with your planning. I think it is great that you will have time to get your workout in between #1 & #2...lol. As crazy as it is...and I do understand the craziness...I think you are on the right track. I may have to check out the 100 push up thingy...I could use some sexy shoulders!!
    3823 days ago
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