10. September 2009 16:41
Other than working on our house and doing manual labor I don't know if you have noticed that since I started school my activity level has decreased significantly? We live on 110 acres and I can't even get my lazy butt up to go on a walk or hike. My husband has been begging me all week to go on a walk with the dogs and him. I know it is no excuse but between school starting (and being incredibly intense this year) and my parents health problems I have been EXHAUSTED. I feel so wiped out by the time I get home from school that I can barely move. Cooking dinner requires effort. It is so sad that this had to be what motivated me to get up but I have gained a pound. I know, I know, 119 is not a big deal but it is when I gave myself 5 pounds of flexibility and I am .6 lbs. from reaching that. I know stress and lack of exercise have done it but still. This means I need to step up my game or I'll be back in at Jenny Craig trying to figure out what exactly I need to do to get back at the lower end of my "comfort zone." Needless to say, I went on a 40 minute walk with my husband and the dogs. It was exactly what I needed. I forgot what a stress reliever working out can be! For some reason when I "fall off the wagon" it is ten times harder for me to get motivated and back into it.
Weight - 119.4 lbs.
Exercise - 40 minute power walk
1/2 cup Fiber One Original Cereal
1/4 cup organic raisins
1 cup fat-free organic milk
Michelina's Light Mac & Cheese
6 oz. fat-free yogurt
Sun-dried Tomato Basil Gardenburger
1/2 cup organic parmesan risotto
100 calorie pack
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