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Six days and the end of a good week

Monday, September 07, 2009

I didn't get my seven hours of sleep on Thursday night but I have since then. I even snuck in a nap this afternoon. I've been good with the fruits and vegetables (water, too).
I ran over 30 kms overall. I went to BodyPump once but I never made it to the Awesome Abs class that I wanted to attend.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday were days were I went over my calories by 100-150. Having said that, I went over my calories burned goal by over 700. =) So I'm letting it go. This time.
Gotta round up the courage to step on the scale in the morning. Then I'm going to find some place that's open so I can have a mani/pedi and a brow waxing. I need a little "pamper me" time. Hopefully, I can sneak it in after Awesome Abs and before GI Joe LOL.
I swear, the closer I get to 40, the more energetic I'm feeling. I hope I can find an outlet for this or someone's going to be in trouble.

Tonight I took Hughy for a leisurely walk around the dogpark. He's been asleep since we got home. Probably means that I'm not going to get any....

They're so cute and innocent looking when they're sleeping.
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  • MIAMIA7
    Awww, how cute is Hughy???? I love it when they crash....but when they wake up...watch out! I feel the same way about hitting the 50's-so much more energy. Don't think it's the age, it's the getting healthy. Tried to explain this to my son yesterday. You won't be so tired if you start taking yourself and get healthy! Why isn't we can't get that fact until a little later in life? Good job on having a great week. To quote Wood "Life is good!"
    Anne
    4347 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/7/2009 9:06:37 AM
  • KAYAKID
    p, until they wake up and want to eat! I like what you did this week keep it up.

    Mike

    4347 days ago
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