I am a mommy!
Well, my little beautiful girl is almost 2 months old now and she is amazing and wonderful! Miss Eleanor Ann was born on April 27th at 9:08am. She was 7lbs 9oz and 20.5 inches long.
Things are going well. I am working to get my eating back... Read more
Okay, patiently is not quite close. I am doing all I can to fill the time.
Josh and I are expecting our first child in a few days!!! We are having a girl and she is due this coming Sunday (April 24th), but we shall see...
I took a we... Read more
Eating right is still a fight
Well, here I am, now 30 years old, and I am back to tracking my food on here. It amazes me how little I paid attention to what I ate over this past year. I have been logging my food and exercise for 2 weeks now and things are getting much better... Read more
Consistency in Fitness!
Well, it has been a little while since I have been on my Spark Page, so I thought I would check in and leave a little bit about what I have been up to.
I successfully have kept a consistent exercise routine since June now. I ran from June t... Read more
Over a year has passed...
Last year I was posting some blogs about my APFT and passing weight...well I passed...last year! I finally got promoted to SGT, which was nice. This year, I passed my APFT again, but failed weight. I have found myself in this spot where I am ... Read more
Lesson Learned, Now to move on
Well, my record of impeccable diet was interrupted yesterday. We went to the range and a normal thing to do there is hang out, drink beer, and have fun. I hit my breaking point when everyone kept offering me beer. I drank several and had a gr... Read more
Tracking when you don't eat the best
So as I have had a great week and a half of eating and exercise and have managed to lose 5 lbs since I have been at AT, I have started thinking about tracking my food a little more. Some evenings I will eat a piece of dark chocolate or have a f... Read more
So, eating has still been spot on. I've been keeping up with workouts and feeling pretty good about next week's physical fitness test and weigh-in.
I don't have much to report, but I am ready to go home. This AT has worn thin on me and ... Read more
So, So, Sodium!
Well, I have had a lovely time enjoying my hotel room and my couple days off from army stuff. Used the fitness room, ate some fresh fruit and cereal from the free breakfast bar, had some coffee, enjoyed not having to get dressed immediately aft... Read more
Calculating and planning...
Today, we did not have PRT so I got up and ran 2 miles on my own. It was a rough start since last night was the first night I actually slept for more than an hour and I slept pretty hard, but it wasn't long enough. I did roll my booty out of b... Read more
I resisted the no-bakes!
A lady in our unit brought in some no bake cookies. Those chocolate/peanut butter/oatmeal ones. She makes the best cookies anyway, but we LOVE these things. She somehow makes them better than everyone else. Anyway, she brought in a huge tub ... Read more
PRT this morning--Sprint work. I ran 2 miles of 60-120s (sprint for 60 seconds, jog for 120). I kicked my own butt. It was good stuff.
Breakfast was provided for us, and I ate a little bit of eggs, potatoes (not fried), and bacon. I was... Read more
AT and me
So we started our 2 weeks of Annual Training for National Guard yesterday. It's going to be a long couple of weeks because we don't have very many gigs, but good practice and we are doing PRT (Physical Readiness Training--working out) as a uni... Read more
From lazing like a bum to getting things done!
I wasn't too motivated today. Or yesterday...but this blog is about today.
I sat around on the couch, attached to my laptop. I have another blog that I just set up about teaching music, so I have been messing with that a lot. I was tryin... Read more
Day Nine, back to the grind.
After a wonderful weekend of celebrations, it's time to get back into the running routine!
I cannot believe we have been together for 6 years...and married for 1! So happy that we were able to see all of our old friends for a welcome home ... Read more