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It's Almost Here

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Although this week at work is dragging by for me, I just keep reminding myself that Christmas and my two week vacation is almost here! I can't wait to spend some time with my family. This is the first year that I think my son is old enough to really enjoy Christmas. I just can't wait to see his face when he opens his presents.

I am also pretty happy for the fact that even though I have been doing some Christmas baking, I haven't been eating too much. I haven't been doing great, but I could be doing way worse. I mostly am just not doing that great with my workouts due to lack of time to really get anything more than 10 minutes in. Oh well, 10 minutes is 10 minutes I guess.
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  • KRISZTA11
    Yes it is almost here! : )
    Hang in there, soon you will have time to relax and to be active and to sleep and so on.
    I'm planning some Christmas baking with my daughter on Saturday too, it really creates a lovely Christmas spirit : )
    2477 days ago
  • SYDLETZIII
    10 minutes is better than nothing, but if you are trying for more than just walk and track how long you walk for. I walk around my house at least 1-2 hours a day, why commercials are on, when I am waiting for the coffee to make, even when I am cooking and I am waiting till I need to stir it again, it all adds up and so far I have lost over 25 pounds.
    2477 days ago
  • RENEEAQUA
    10 is better than what i've been doing lately. i think last wk was 50min for the wk.
    2477 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13590869
    10 minutes is better than no minutes. Have a wonderful Christmas!
    2478 days ago
  • PIXIE-LICIOUS
    Congrats on not giving in too much to the holiday treats, and for working out. Ten minutes is better than nothing, so you should be proud!
    2478 days ago
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