I'm all-organic in the morning, man. Somehow, everything I get that are breakfast items always end up being organic.
Including these little bits of glory...
Our first and second graders got a real workout yesterday. They're going to be so buff for summer.:) I had to make work husband demonstrate all of the exercises, since I got my injection the day before = no jumping, no stretching *too much* (which translates to ZERO stretching for me).
I was stuck in the Health classroom with my middle school girls + another class. We had a TON of teachers out for the day, and so some of us had to absorb other classes. Sooooooo, I had to eat my lunch in the dark (the girls were watching a documentary), which is sad, because I was really proud of that salad and wanted you to see all of it.
As far as a workout, I decided to take the day off. I didn't want to disrupt the healing process of the treatment I got on Monday.
Harry had gone out with a friend for dinner, so I was on my own for the evening. Some blogging, some of The Office, and some leftover Pho made my night complete. I'm kind of easy to please.
I was listening to Jillian Michaels' latest podcast yesterday morning, and I found a refreshing message in her show. A LOT of people are already falling off the wagon, in just under three weeks into the new year. (That's not the refreshing message -- just bear with me.)
2016 was a really, really tough year, for many people. I wasn't particularly happy with 2016, myself, and I feel some of us are having the residual hangover from the yucky year. Jillian stated that there's something about everyone starting on 1/1, implying that there's something magically motivating about it. That's totally true most of the time for me. Except for this year.
SIDE NOTE: IN CASE YOU FORGOT OR DIDN'T KNOW ;) My birthday is on Saturday.
And I might be starting from square one, but I don't care. I want to PR everything this year, and while that might not be the most realistic goal ever, it's the hope I need to get back on the road. It's the push I want. It's the tiny thing that'll give me all of the happy feelings, and something to set my sights on, OTHER than starting to run again.
I figure that my new year can totally start on my birthday, because when it comes down to it, that's MY year. I can do anything I want in MY year. I may or may not have some pretty awesome specifics on Saturday, so be sure to stop by, wish me a happy b-day, enjoy some ice cream cake with me, and read my silly thoughts. That's when my new year really starts, so even more reason to celebrate!
P.S. Did you register?:)
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WELL?! Did you register for the NYCM?!
Do you believe in/like making a goal for the New Year *ON 1/1*?
What's your workout for today?
-I'm jumping on Lola for a spin! Woooo!