Saturday, March 19, 2011

What do I do now?

Yesterday was an eventful day.

I got up (at 3 pm!) and had my awesome breakfast. I went to the library at 4 and browsed around, met Brian for lunch, got a few books, and then came home. I did the 30 Day Shred again and it felt like it did the first time I put it in a month ago- impossible to do! Hard to believe that just a few weeks ago, it was getting 'easy'.

Then Brian came home and we had dinner (Stouffer's meatloaf in gravy and mac & cheese, if you are wondering) and then we started playing video games.

We went to bed at our usual time (3 am!) and laid in bed for 2 hours talking and cuddling. We could not fall asleep. There was a lot of heavy sighing and tossing and turning, it just wasn't relaxing.

We got back up and decided to stay awake as long as possible so we could 'reset' our internal clocks. We finally admitted we were tired at 8 am. So we went to bed and I got woken up 6 different times, all before noon. And that is not to mention family calling, but no worries. They can call whenever they want :)

FINALLY got out of bed at 2pm. Decided to stay awake as long as possible this afternoon/evening until we can go to bed at a normal time (3 am!)

We were going to go on a run today but it's just not that nice out. I mean, it's low 50's which is great but really chilly considering the other day we had 70 degree weather. It's sunny. Which is fantastic, I have no complaints. Ok, I lied, its a nice day, I am just not in the mood. I might go to the fitness center though and hop on the elliptical and do C25K there, because its lower impact.

Failing that, there is always Tae Bo I can do or Banish Fat Boost Metabolism. I also have a couple of other work out dvd's I've got to try. *coughp90xcough*

Actually the more I think about running, the more I like the idea. I mean, I did promise that I would do the River Rat race in September, so I better start now, right? And I do think that I will get better at it, maybe even enjoy it, if I keep trying.

I'm going to go get ready to hit the gym.


  1. Sleep deprivation can keep this pounds on! And you're married! Surely there are better ways exhaust one another... ;)

  2. Ahhhhh! P90X!!! It completely changed my life! Please, keep at it; you'll LOVE the results. Not just how you look, but how strong you become both mentally and physically. P90X made me the woman I never dreamed I could be. It's challenging at first, but like Tony says, that's how you get results.


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