How was your weekend? What are your plans for the week? What are you doing to help take care of yourself this week?
Me, I plan to get myself back to the gym this week, it's been a while with traveling visiting family and other things. It's time to start going on a regular basis and I am going to make a plan to start doing that this week!
I had a great weekend. I got to spend Halloween with my sister, b-i-l and their three kids. I don't get to see them as much as I wish I could, so I really enjoyed that. My little nephews are so much fun!
I think I'm going to try to eat healthier. I don't necessarily need to lose weight. But I've gotten into the habit of just eating whatever is convenient for dinner. I need to stop doing that and take the time to prepare healthier foods.
Beth Ann (29) DH (30) TTC since 1/09 lost my angel 5/11/09 at 10 weeks
I am glad you got to spend the time with your sister and her family. I got to spend some time with my niece Sunday as well, her older brother was in the hospital so we watched her for a bit. It was nice to spend some quality time with her. Good for you regarding eating healthier. I think it's the season that makes us just eat whatever. Maybe you and I can help each other try to stay on the right path :).
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