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Monday, June 22, 2015

I think I'm about ready to start working out/running again! I've thought that before and been wrong...but my back is better, my foot is doing much better although there's still rehab to do...but I could get started with some nice easy runs! I need to start building my stamina back up, I'm signed up for a half marathon in November.

I've been off my diet plan, pretty much completely, for the past two weeks. First was camping, which was awesome but I was going to stay on plan, I had all the food I would need and everything, and I just didn't. Between making food for my husband, lounging around on the beach and wanting to have a treat, and then having a water line blow out, having to go to the hardware store and fix that, a couple hours project, and then having to actually drive home (2 hours each way) and spend the night at home in order to go to my husband's granddaughter's 8th grade graduation right in the middle...? I just didn't stick with it.

Then, my husband was gone all week, and I was off plan, and I just got lazy. That's the only answer. I ate out, I got a sandwich at the cafe at work, I just didn't want to do the work.

So, I was too scared to get on the scale this morning, I'll give myself a couple days or even a week I think, before I go there, but I am back on plan, and I am back on the wagon (no booze until the cruise!) . I do have a "breakfast/brunch" to go to on Saturday that will be difficult to stay on plan with, but I'll try to get something lower carb and avoid the alcohol, and one meal should be okay.

I do have a super busy week, but I may be able to go on my first run on Tuesday, I'll just be too busy to do anything more until Friday evening, or possibly Sunday. That's okay though, gotta start sometime!
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