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Thursday, April 28, 2011

So, today I did alright I guess. I packed a breakfast, ate lunch at home. By dinner I was so hungry and I got this weird special organic cheese. It smelled funny (and not in a blue-cheese sort of way) and I tasted it and it tasted bad. I couldn't eat it, so no sandwhich for me. I broke down and ordered pizza. I ordered the whole wheat crush with feta and lots of veggies, but still had a root beer and garlic sauce. I guess it wasn't perfect, but I didn't totally blow it either.

Today was a rest day as far as exercise and I needed it. I could've gone to a yoga class, but I needed some cleaning and tv time. I also felt like I needed to take care of myself today. Something about work made me feel emotionally exhausted. I came home and watched tv for about 2 hours, watched some more tv while folding laundry. Did a few dishes, then watched some more tv and more laundry.

All this exercise creates a lot of laundry. I'm glad that I am almost on top of it, though. Feels good to know that I'm not scrambling tomorrow morning.

Tomorrow, I am hoping to do a quick run on the treadmill and then do a light aquafit with my friend. It seems silly to spend $8 to run on a treadmill inside, but I really enjoyed my last run there, and it is in the same complex as the pool, so I just change into my swimsuit, rinse off and I'm ready to go. I guess $8 isn't a lot to spend for a lot of other things, so maybe I won't worry about the odd extra gym expense.



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    It's all about finding/creating balance. Good luck! I'm still working on that one!!
    3599 days ago
  • no profile photo IHATESALAD
    Good perspective. If you are anything like me it could have gone to eating out, but didn't! $8 well spent.
    3599 days ago
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