Wasted 3 hours on the Bachelor last night!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

OK – so I’m still making mistakes. I’m snacking in the evenings and pushed my calorie intake over my allowance yesterday – how stupid! I’m enjoying these extra snacks but they are unnecessary and I think they will sabotage my weight loss on the scales and tape!

Unfortunately, my idea of crochet is not a great one and it’s not working – as I’m thinking it’s too tricky when I’m watching TV (including the mammoth Bachelor session last night – did it really need to be three hours long?!?). Perhaps I should just get my knitting needles out again instead.

I should also be writing more. I was so “pumped” on Friday after I found the software tool but have not opened it since. Last night was different though as I wasted 3 hours on The Bachelor – a one off. It made me realise that perhaps I should stick to my DVDs from the library so I have some choice on how long I stay up and watch bad TV! It also cut my sleep down to under 7 hours as it was 11pm that the show finished.

Exercise-wise yesterday I didn’t make it to the Circuit training class (again, because of the Bachelor!) but I did 25 minutes of Wii dance with my daughter and broke a little sweat. My shoulder feels quite tight and my back aches at the moment. I think tonight I will do the Wii dance again, or even a 10 minute workout DVD. I might go swimming but I’m not sure.. it depends on the girls and Mark. I also need to squeeze in a 25 minute walk for the Virtual 5k program, but I think it’s going to be raining heavily tonight.

Looking back at these words, this blog entry seems to be quite a moaning session. I don’t really feel that way – although I’m disappointed with myself for the snacking. I guess I’m just a bit tired today. Roll on Friday!
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