Way 2 Good Life has partnered with FFIT. FFIT is a custom well-rounded program that includes nutrition, workouts and support to help participants lose weight. A lot of us cannot get out and run to the gym. That is part of the reason Health Clubs are multi-million dollar industry – we pay them small fortune for the membership and end up not going there. My biggest problem is time – I work full-time, do social media whenever I can and did I mention that I have a house, a husband, and two kids to take care of? That is why I really hope that nice coaches (is there such thing as nice trainers?) will help me come up with the routine and stick to it). This is a 90 day program and I am determined to blog about my progress.
As a part of week 4 – I have to think of a perfect day and compare it to what I have
Here is what it looks like right now – my husband put HUGE efforts on getting me off the bed at 6 am. I am getting myself ready and if the kids are not up, I wake them up at 6.30. The next 30-60 minutes consist of me running after the 2 yo and 4 yo convincing, sweet talking and yelling trying to get them dressed, because when Mommy says, “Come Here”, that is a code for “Run away and hide”. 7.30 at the latest I am in the car with everyone buckled in. I have to be at work at 8, which means I have 30 minutes to drive 5 miles to grandma’s house, drop off kids, swallow my breakfast, take coffee and walk into the building at 7.59.
At work I don’t move much, and in the best case scenario, I get up for a snack at 10 am. At my best I ran at lunch, but haven’t done so for variety of reasons (lazy, weather, excuses, construction st work, have a lot of other stuff to do). After work I pick up the kids and drive them home – I have an hour before dinner and an hour after. Kids are in bed by 9.30 and that means cooking, packing lunches, working on my blog. If I am not exhausted, I go to sleep at 1 – 1.30 am, otherwise I pass out while writing a post”
Yeah, I don’t like that at all – here is a dream week day
I wake up at 5 am, workout and have a breakfast. Kids dress on their own and I am out of the house by 7.15. That leaves me 15 extra minutes to get to my desk. Run (or walk) before lunch. Pick up kids and drive them home. My husband takes care of feeding kids, playing with them, and putting them to sleep while I catch up on my blogging. Spending an hour before bed talking and watching a movie. 10.30 lights down
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