THIS week I have hit my stride. Serious talk. Week 3 of the 5 week challenge and I’ve worked. IT. like. nobody’s. business. or everybody’s since this is a blog on the WORLD wide web and all. Anyhow…..like I was sayin’….THIS week I’ve been an exercising-eating-well-logging-my-food-goody-two-shoes. It’s been CaRAAAAZaY!!! So crazy, that I am entertaining the thought of eating clean, like FO REALZ, eating clean. However, in Friday fashion, and in joining in with Jen’s blogging gang @ Conversion Diary, I thought I’d wrap up the week with 7 things I’ve experienced during this week o’WORKIN’ IT!
Oatmeal. Yum. Delish. Can do lots with it. This week it’s been pumpkin. But…..how long, O’ Lord is my belly going to grumble afterward????? Anyone?? Anyone???
Walking lunges. Super good for your gluteus maximus. Around the corner of the track. 2 sets. 2 days later=ouch.
Packing my lunch at night makes a lot of sense. Speeds up the morning, too. Maybe I’ll actually do that next week. Baby steps, people. Baby steps.
Cutting out ice cream at night hasn’t been as bad as I thought. Apparently, my low point comes when I get in the door after work…..veggie straws are where it’s at. Trust me. You can have a lot of those suckers in a serving…it’s perfect!
Lots of walking=dry, scaly feet. A little love on the weekend with the ped-egg, lotion and some new polish…….happy tootsies!
Regular working out makes for some GOOD sleep. So I’ve heard. However, don’t hate but….our kiddos are bigger and now that we have sleepers-through-the-night, I pretty much fall asleep in about 2 seconds flat, so I haven’t noticed any change there…but “They” all say it’s true…so I’m sure it is.
Maybe I’m the last to know..maybe you are…but here’s a little ditty that is (according the my newest teen) all the rage right now…PSY–Gangnam style. Maybe you could run to this on your next run. or not. whatev. Now you’re cool. You’re welcome. And you’re one of the many who made clicking on the video part of the Guinness world record book for “most watched”….kewl.
Have a great weekend. We’ve got both games…wait for it….AT HOME! WOOT WOOT! Maybe I’ll get a nap. HAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAH
don’t forget to visit JEN and everyone else, too!!
Here we go, here we go, here we go…..first day of school pictures!!!
Back to school for us in our neck of the woods…I know some areas wait until after Labor Day but here in the South we like to just barely dip our toes in the school waters and then…..have a little break. Kinda ease into it…nice and easy like.
Whether you home school or work full-time and farm out the learnin’ to the public and private sector schools, back-to-school time is a grand time indeed. Don’t get me wrong, I love me some summer-time….and I don’t even GET a summer break. However, all good things must come to an end and now is the time…..so bring on the paper, pencils, 1-inch binders and glue sticks. We are ready to get back into the routine of things. Not as much fun, yet it’s a part of life and we’ll just keep movin’ on and looking back and wondering, “How in the HECK are we back in school ALREADY!?!?”.
Here we are in our second week of summer. Yesterday as I rolled into work late for the second day in a row it occurred to me that my time management skills are el sucko! Actually, not so much that it’s my time management skills but that fact that I haven’t made a successful transition to our summer schedule yet. Nor have I even tried. Therein lies the problem. And then I remember, for some reason it usually takes me about two weeks to make the transition to a new routine……..WHY?!??!!?
In the mornings I am now finding myself with a surplus of time and that is the foundation of my time management rearrangement challenge. With all this extra time I feel I can do so much more, neglecting the clock and then rushing like a madwoman in the last 5 minutes and leaving late (BUT…..still managing to get it done….just late!).
Last night I looked at my morning and mentally readjusted my “plan” allotting myself a set time for my Quiet time in the morning with a definitive END time to my Quiet activities, thus BEGINNING my daily routine of getting the girls up, ready and out the door. ON. TIME.
Here we go. Day 1 of readjusting the summer clock. Wish me luck!! Anyone else have problems adjusting to new changes in schedules, i.e. summer, back-to-school?? Or is it just me?