I've started exercising a bit more regularly myself. Just change that last one to quitting school, and, viola! I hope you don't mind me adapting your foolproof plan. :)
Yay! Don't forget, Jonny will be your life coach if you want ;)
But why? you LOVE your job! :)
Lol I totally get the underlying factor that is motivating you to take these steps - full time work sucks! (Sorry ma - spent about 30 seconds trying to think of a better way to say that, but it fits.)I'm sure the having a kid thing will be 'hard' at times too, but at least there seems to be more of a purpose about it, and you don't have to run around trying to make the president happy - or in my case, make the president sandwiches! Don't let Jonny be your life coach - we can totally be more constructive over Coffee Club 'salads'!xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox
Hahahaha! If only it worked that way in real life.Of course having a kid will leave you with more weight to lose...(just sayin')And I remember the one time when I worked full-time (rather than all the other times when I was self-employed, mostly at home) and it honestly felt like I was driving to jail every day! I love my freedom!
LOL that's funny. I don't seem to have the will power to do it. Must mean i don't have a strong enough desire to get married.
I love your reasoning. I got skinny, got married, had a baby, and now stay at home so it worked for me! ;) Granted, we're now totally stressed about three people on one salary, but it's so nice to not have a schedule like yours. love you!
I know the feeling Tammy....I've got a deadline of losing weight before I get to America, so I have only about 9 weeks to get off half the weight that I want. Good luck with it all xo
You're funny! Good reasons!
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