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D23 Had To Skip My Workout...

Yesterday after I did 45 minutes worth of weights with my trainer I worked a longgggg day and I was SO busy which is GREAT because $$ ;-) BUT I was so sleepy by the time I got home, I was surprised I could keep my eyes open for the drive home to be totally honest; thankfully I did!! I stayed awake long enough for dinner and to write my blog and then I crashed. HARD. I slept great but my dog woke me up at 10 of 7 this morning and I decided to stay up with her. My alarm was set for 7:30 anyways so why not?

Well I got up, let her out, made the animals and myself breakfast and sat down to eat before I was going to go to the gym. But when I sat down to eat my breakfast my eyes started burning like crazy and I realized I was still utterly exhausted. I thought after I ate I'd wake up a little bit more so I watched a show and grew more and more sleepy. I kept saying "just a little longer and then I'm going to the gym" but the longer I waited the heavier my eyes got and before I knew it my head was bobbing as I was drifting off to sleep on the couch.

So I reset my alarm and went back into the bedroom for a 2 hour nap. Can it be called a nap if you're taking a nap only an hour and a half after you wake up? Or is it just "going back to bed"? Well, whatever you want to call it, it's what I did. I felt bad skipping my workout but on the other hand I knew work would be busy tonight, tomorrow I'm busy, Sunday I'm working 9-5 and then doing 2 massages at 7 a few towns away and Monday I'm working on a friend before working 1-9...whew!! It's a BUSY weekend and if I didn't allow myself to rest today I would've regretted it more than skipping my workout.

Tomorrow I'll be at work when the gym closes but I'm going to do some kind of at home workout when I get home. Not sure what exactly I'll be doing but thankfully YouTube has some great resources so I'll find something!

But for now I need to get to bed because I need some energy to follow through on that promise. Food is packed and tracked and I've got a wonderful day planned and I'm looking forward to following through. I've got my eyes set on that 95 pound milestone and it's going to take work but I'm determined and ready to fight for it!!



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