Today I am working to get an amazing giveaway posted for Friday for a complete set of the amazing Blendtec Total Blender and the Twister Jar for one lucky winner. I can’t wait! I love mine so much and I want you to have one, too. So be sure you enter! Don’t worry; I will remind you often about it. I am super excited.
I hope you are enjoying this fall weather that is starting to creep in through the edges of summer. I know I want to be outside more and more–and especially when everything begins to go dormant for the season. Less yard work in cool weather? Yes, please.
Now what I had yesterday… First of all, here’s the plan I’m following and here is the introduction post to the Mid-Year Resolution Challenge. While you look at what I’m doing, be sure to do your thing. I am thrilled to give some ideas, but I’m not the person you should necessarily look to for dieting advice (I’m not a paid nosh-a-titian). I am, however, here with you to cheer you on when you’re so skinny you will have to watch slipping through the cushions of your couch.
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I ate this:
Breakfast: Egg salad with mayo + onion
Lunch: a serving of mixed nuts
Dinner: pepperoni + olives + cheese + grape tomatoes
Exercise: Walked and worked for 2 hours at my treadmill desk at 1 mph.
Notes: It is so breezy I am getting my exercise running around the house propping doors open and weighing down papers so they won’t blow away. I am also having a super NOT hungry day. I think it’s because I’m catching something. Time for C, D, and Zinc.
What I learned:
I have big plans for next summer.
My first order of business: I am throwing out my saggy, baggy swimsuit of at least 4 years. It worked fine while maintaining my former weight, but it’s time to start planning for next summer–and my suit has more bags than a Louis Vitton store.
Now, I won’t hurry out and buy a size I hope to be by then. Who knows what my shape will be or my size. All I know is that ditching the former summer skin means I am all the more excited about next summer’s promises of smaller swimsuits.
Dream big and ditch the big suit.