New Start Monday

Hi. It’s Monday. It’s a new week. Sometimes it’s a great excuse to just start over. Especially if you had Dairy Queen or beer over the weekend. Which, of course I didn’t do. Ok maybe I did.

Sunday nights I usually turn into a Negative Nelly because of my workout and food choices (or lack thereof) but come Monday morning, I am excited to get going on a week filled with wonderful, challenging workouts…and healthy eating decisions.

Here are a few pics from the weekend that make me proud to be me:

Check out that arm! I see some definition and I’m not even flexing! Wait, you can see it? Here’s another:


And I rocked a side pony that doesn’t make me look too hideous


Tyler has a football game after work tonight, so I have a full day to dedicate to me. After the laundry is done, kitchen is cleaned and floor is scrubbed, of course.

Now, I must gripe:

One month from today is my favorite holiday of the year, and it’s not even celebrated here. This is seriously not cool. I was willing to give up everything to be with my man, but my favorite holiday should not have been thrown in the mix. Therefore, I will be decked out in my red, white and blue attire (complete with beads, Kysh!) on July 4th.

Speaking of me being in Canada with no job for the next year or so, does anyone want to buy a brand new iPod Touch that hasn’t even been opened? This lady is in need of serious cash flow.

I’m off to workout and pump a little bucket if endorphins in my system!

2 thoughts on “New Start Monday

  1. Tougs! I love reading your blogs. They are helping me get back in shape, though I am not 30lbs lighter than I was in college, my goal is to be 10lbs lighter! Anyway I just wanted to say hello and that you look amazing. You are a beautiful person inside and out. Don’t worry about the past (or the ice cream covered in chocolate you ate last night like I did) its what you do from this point on. Remember it could always be worse. If you need a good pick me up book to change the way you approach life I suggest reading The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama. It is one of my favorites! Keep plugging away because things will get better! Take care!

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