Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Monday, May 28, 2012
Not too bad, I guess...
Here are my before pics. I'm hoping that when I take these again that that belly will be way trimmed!
Arms: L - 11 R - 11
Thighs: L - 21.5 R - 21.25
Calves: L - 14.5 R - 14.75
Saturday, May 26, 2012
So I'm starting Insanity on Monday! I'm super excited and will blog and vlog every day...even when we're on the road with sports.
Tomorrow I'll post my measurements and starting weight. Monday will be my Insanity Fit Test and then every time I have a Fit Test I remeasure and take my weight - that'll be about 2 weeks.
Monday, May 21, 2012
How come I can talk to someone about fitness or health products that will help them get to where they want and will make them healthier, but once they hear about pricing it's another story. They can no longer "afford" it.
It's crazy that we as a society will spend hundreds of dollars on a freakin' purse but not on our own health - WHAT'S UP WITH THAT?! How about shoes? Or how about going out every weekend drinking? Are any of these purchases helping you to become or stay healthy or get you to your ideal body?! I think NOT! So how come we are willing to pay the price for those things, but not our own selves.
I've come to the conclusion that we will eventually pay the price for our health...whether we want to or not. Whether you do it now and get your whole body in shape OR later on when your diseased body can't take it any longer and you have to take tons of medications and visit the doctor multiple times a month. One way or another...WE WILL PAY!
Whether or not its now or later...well that's up to you!
I choose to do it now!
Anyways, so I decided to make some French Toast Sticks and eggs. It was only me and my daughter for dinner so I wasn't feeling too pressured to make something extravagant ;)
I got the recipe for the French Toast Sticks at The 30-Day Gourmet website.
Here is the TX toast all cut up in 3rds.
The egg mixture....
All soaked up in the egg mixture.
The finished product! They turned out really yummy!
I had a ton left over so those got froze. Whenever we need a quick little breakfast all we have to do is heat them up for a minute in the microwave. I'm on a mission to try to get as much frozen meals as I can before the Summer gets crazy. Next time I'll make some breakfast sandwiches that I know the family really enjoys.