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30/30/30 is a fitness goal I have set for myself for February to complete 30 thirty-minute workouts in 30 days. Yes, I know there aren’t 30 days in February. I started a day early.
When considering this fitness challenge I took into account the fact that I have a hour-long equipment Pilates class every Wednesday, which means eight of my 30 workouts would be taken care of.
So this morning on the first official day of this experiment (remember, I cheated and started yesterday) I got an email that my Pilates class was canceled for today because my instructor is sick.
30/30/30 is a fitness goal I’ve set for myself for the month of February. My hope is to complete 30 thirty-minute workouts in 30 days.
Technically it isn’t February yet, but I decided to get a jumpstart on this goal. Why wait, right?
Do you know what resentment feels like? It’s a consuming feeling of anxiety, sadness, tension and other unpleasant things.
What is resentment?
Simply, resentment is letting someone live rent free in your head. They don’t even know they are there most of the time. It’s just you and them hanging out and going over every recent interaction between the two of you.
While several years ago I could’ve claimed several resentments, there’s really only one that I’m working on correcting right now.
I know some pretty awesome Arkansas bloggers that I think you might like to follow. Here’s one that is particularly unique.
1. First, what is your blog and what it is about?
That Cover Girl is my little hobby-blog-home on the Internet that’s dedicated to YA (young adult) book cover art. You’ll find cover art I love, loath, and interviews with designers, art directors, illustrators, photographers, and authors. Book reviewers critique the inside of books; I just like to critique their faces.
2. What’s your story? How did you come to be a blogger?
When I was in college, I started a (groan) Xanga site. I’d post
I should shower, but I’m not going to. It’s 5:07 p.m., Charlie was up most of the night with a stomach bug, I’ve been home with her all day, Steve had a terrible day and we all just need to pretend today didn’t happen.
So why bother acknowledging it with cleanliness?
Although, a case could be made for the sake of my hair. It looks like
A couple years ago I posted a pretty decent rant about Steve’s addiction to Apple products and some new contraption called the iPantyLiner. There was absolutely no way I was going to let him spend hundreds of dollars on another piece of gadgetry just because Apple freakin’ rocks at marketing and he’s one of their mindless followers.