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So here are all the things I had hoped to do by now but clearly didn’t.
1. Bike everyday. I biked once since I wrote that here. 
2. Eat breakfast. I still just have coffee for breakfast. 
3. Exercise? Uhm, I walked a lot if that counts. 

So clearly, I’m doing a great job at this whole get healthy and hot for my June bikini vacation. Meh. I went to Barnes and Noble today and saw this book, The 17 Day Diet. It’s basically what the title says. How to lose weight in 17 days following these absurd and rigid rules. (I have to admit, It made me want to go on this diet). There are tons of great reviews on Amazon… OMG, SO effing close to pressing buy. 
I really don’t believe in having these strict, set diet rules every day because it’s just unreasonable to plan every single meal and live in such a restricted manner. I want to enjoy a burger and feel fine about it. I don’t want to feel guilty about eating a cupcake. I’ve never been that kind of person and I never want to be that kind of person. I believe in portion controls, and eating in moderation. So I guess that means I shouldn’t buy this book. I probably won’t even follow their rules. 
This week’s goals? EAT BREAKFAST!!!! And a smaller/healthier lunch. And for dinner? Whatever the hell I want. 
P.S. What’s with the picture? I don’t know. I took a walk by the waters/rocks and thought it was cool. Enjoy my feet. 

So here are all the things I had hoped to do by now but clearly didn’t.

1. Bike everyday. I biked once since I wrote that here. 

2. Eat breakfast. I still just have coffee for breakfast. 

3. Exercise? Uhm, I walked a lot if that counts. 

So clearly, I’m doing a great job at this whole get healthy and hot for my June bikini vacation. Meh. I went to Barnes and Noble today and saw this book, The 17 Day Diet. It’s basically what the title says. How to lose weight in 17 days following these absurd and rigid rules. (I have to admit, It made me want to go on this diet). There are tons of great reviews on Amazon… OMG, SO effing close to pressing buy. 

I really don’t believe in having these strict, set diet rules every day because it’s just unreasonable to plan every single meal and live in such a restricted manner. I want to enjoy a burger and feel fine about it. I don’t want to feel guilty about eating a cupcake. I’ve never been that kind of person and I never want to be that kind of person. I believe in portion controls, and eating in moderation. So I guess that means I shouldn’t buy this book. I probably won’t even follow their rules. 

This week’s goals? EAT BREAKFAST!!!! And a smaller/healthier lunch. And for dinner? Whatever the hell I want. 

P.S. What’s with the picture? I don’t know. I took a walk by the waters/rocks and thought it was cool. Enjoy my feet.