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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

I think I forget that I'm suppose to enjoy each day to the fullest. I'm too busy running from job to job or helping others. That's not a bad thing. I just tend to forget me sometimes.

I stayed after work today and did my upper body work out and abs. I then had a pedicure done. Went home ate some lunch and played with the dogs. Picked up Fabian, then headed off to the tanning bed. Yes, I know it's not good for me, but it does make me feel good! My joints feel better, my mood is elevated and wow, is my smile whiter!!!

I started dinner and kicking back right now. My lower back isn't happy. I've been stretching, icing, sports cream, massage, resting! It felt better after class last night, but I moved some crazy way today and tweaked it again. I'm sitting with a pillow behind my back and ice on my lower right side. I've already dosed up with some ibuprofen for the anti-inflammatory effect. I will stretch again tonight before bed and put some sports cream on. It is wierd. I don't hurt while I'm working out. It's when I don't think about picking something up like a pillow! Guess I should keep my core thightened up all the time!!!

I have a couple more clients tonight. Depending on my back, I will do 30 minutes of cardio this evening. If my family will leave me alone long enough, may soak in the tub!

1. Had a nice work out today.
2. Started the day with yoga...you just can't go wrong there!!
3. Took care of myself today.
4. Feeling good!

Strong Mind, Strong Body!
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    Yeah, you ARE very busy all the time, I wondered how you "enjoy" yourself ... truly. I don't think that tanning beds are "bad" for you - as long as you take proper precautions, you know. LOL @ your "whiter smile"!!!
    Hope your back is feeling better - you're doing all the "right" things for it!
    3741 days ago
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