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Crazy Weekend

Monday, April 15, 2013

The weekend went crazy. Sat I prepared for our home church being here at our house and for my daughter's baby shower. Sunday was busy with church & the shower. I also had a daycare interview after the shower. I started 2 new kids today.

This morning I got up before 6:00 to exercise (the new kids were coming at 7). However, my treadmill wouldn't turn on. So, I did a workout with Coach Nichole's Cardio Blast. I was only able to do 20 min before I had to get ready.

My eating was way off this weekend. And it was hard to get back on track today. I was tired and my schedule was out of whack. I am frustrated with myself. But, I'm not going to let it get me down. I'm back on track tomorrow!

Daily Goals: 4/13, 4/14, 4/15
1) Blog -- emoticon, emoticon, emoticon
2) Exercise at least 50 minutes. emoticon 120 min emoticon 56min, emoticon 20 min
3) Eat at least 5 freggies a day emoticon 5 servings, emoticon 4 servings, emoticon2 servings
4) Instead of eating something unhealthy today, I will...fail emoticon
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    Put the weekend behind you and go on. That's all we can do when we have those days...and believe me we all have them! LOL Good luck with your new kiddos today!
    2752 days ago
    You'll get over this bump in the road. You can do it!
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    Today is a new day. You will do better!
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    Sometimes that happens to all of us but thankfully we can start over the next day! You will be right back into the swing of things real quick!
    2752 days ago
    We all have times like that. You're right, tomorrow is another day.
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