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This isn't cute anymore:

I’m 31, the new 30 and I’m closer to my goal than when I started this blog. Now I’m trying to stay on the path that will get me healthy and on the other side of the clothing store. I’ve had my revenge moments and they felt great. Now I’m ready for more of those great moments, maybe this year I’ll propel down something, who knows. But I’m held back by 40 less things.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

A Nice Rainy Sunday – T minus 97

All I wanted was to have this nice rainy Sunday so that it would be okay to sleep in. It was and I did and then around 9am I started thinking about that 10:30 boxing class. I like the instructor and his music selection. But I could do my own little workout, maybe some deadman rows, some jump rope, I could stay in bed a little while longer and run through some drills on my own. I had this conversation for about 30 minutes, plotting out the workout and everything I had that I would use and happy with the routine I thought up I rolled over and closed my eyes for like 2 seconds and then reluctantly jumped up showered and got dressed for the 10:30 class.

Class was great, instructor was funny and calories were burned. Only problem were the sit ups, they were bothering my back more than usually, Teacher noticed and offered some good advice: Do some supermans. Why have I forgotten that? Does anyone else have any good advice/ideas for strengthening the lower back muscles?

Today is Sunday and that means, break out the scale, turn up the music, Mama’s in the kitchen doing stuff. I have cauliflower, green beans and corn to steam. There is also chicken breast to marinade and then put on the Forman. Fruit to wash and weight out into acceptable serving sizes. Oh and gym clothes to wash and get ready for the up coming week. Sunday just got a little less fun, but productive.


  1. Great job making it to the class! I am also inpressed with all your planning, I really need to get on that.

  2. Thanks Miss H! If I don't do this stuff on sunday, I'm dead in the water for the rest of the week. It's really helpful and there's something oddly OCD comforting about having everything planned out. The hard part is sticking to the plan LOL!