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Friday, April 13, 2012

As work gets (or continues to be) crazy, my workouts are sliding again. I suppose I shouldn't beat myself up too much, since today is really the only day that I've missed because of work.

I'm really good at getting down on myself when I mess up any little thing. Anyone else have that disease?

I swam Tuesday, did the Chisel! class on Wednesday, then didn't do anything yesterday because Chisel! beat me up. Actually, I'm pretty sure that if I had dragged my sore muscles to the pool yesterday morning, it would have helped, but I couldn't convince myself of that at 6 AM.

Today I was either going to do the Friday strength training class or swim, but in the end I decided I needed to get to work early. I'll be in meetings all day and at the same time I'm supposed to get some regulatory stuff out of the office by 4 PM. I love when I need to be two places at once.

Tomorrow, I'll get in a swim at least. But my plans for working out 5 times this week have instead resulted in working out 3 times. Not so bad, but not where I wanted to be either.
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    You are definitely hard on yourself Kelly. Do what you do and stick with it as much as possible...sometimes staying in bed at 6am is the best thing ; )
    2873 days ago
    Funny, there seems to be a theme here the last couple of days about perfectionism and all-or-nothing behavior. "I'm really good at getting down on myself when I mess up any little thing. Anyone else have that disease?" Yup. You're in good company! I like FlyLady's attitude: "Progress, not Perfection!"
    2875 days ago
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