A Week Defined By What I Haven’t Done

27 Jan

In a lot of ways, this has been a week defined by what hasn’t been done.

It’s been very busy at work.  I attended a trade show in Orlando Sunday through Tuesday and failed to get out to run while I was there.  It was about eighty degrees and sunny, but the schedule was tight and I had other work demands to try to satisfy.

I ate fairly well on the trip, but let some rice into my diet on a Sushi outing and a couple of glasses of red wine.  I over consumed on almonds and under consumed on vegetables.

Upon returning, I dove head first into work and tried to catch up on the week and prepare for next week’s presentations and travel.  That led to a ten hour workday yesterday and almost eleven today.

Today felt like the tip of the peak.

On the other side, I did manage to get several days of meals cooked to help get back into my regular menu – smoking some meat for lunches and preparing a couple of days worth of frittatas.  Tonight I sautéed kale for Friday breakfast.

I’ll be in the gym tomorrow morning at about 5:45.  I’m hoping to play pick up soccer on Sunday and be back in the gym Monday morning before a short trip.

Things might be turning around before February.

Inspiration:

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2 Responses to “A Week Defined By What I Haven’t Done”

  1. contessafierce January 27, 2012 at 10:46 pm #

    Definitely focus on the DIDs and not the DIDN’Ts. We all get knocked on our ass. But we are going to get back up swinging. Because that’s how we roll!!!

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