I made a new years resolution.. that I would keep regu;ar updates on my blog..... who knewresolutions were a joke!!!!... LOL.
Well, I need to make a commitment to me now. Not just to blog, but blog about more than my crafts. I dont get alot of time to craft at the moment, and have been feeling pretty shitty about a lot of things. Maybe I will use my blog for useless rants that get me motivated and clear my mind of negativity. I dont care that it wont be ready by anyone.... I will feel more accountable to do things if I have blogged about it...
First thing I want to do, is concentrate on losing 5 - 10 kgs and toning up again. I felt so good about so many things when I arrived in Adelaide and was a mere size10 and 65kgs. Ok, I am now at 73kgs and NEED to get rid of some of this that is making me feel awful. Clothes are all feeling tight, need to get new shirts for work if I dont lose a couple quick.
This week, as today is my 17th wedding anniversary, and tomorrow is fathers day, I wont commit to start until Monday as I know the weekend will be full of drinks and temptation.
So, Monday alarm is already set for 6am...... treadmill will be my first port of call, followed by maybe some skipping, if I can find my rope. Michelle Bridges books are out, shopping list has been written.... all systems go!!
Friday, September 2, 2011
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Sunday, January 2, 2011
WOW, 2011 here we are..... I have made but one resolution this year, and that is to keep my blog up to date. Will see how we go, but will do my best.... hahaha (can hear a couple of people laughing out there).
I have managed to finish a couple of dolls that should have been done before Christmas, one was a Santa, and another a reindeer hobby horse for my nephew. Well the Santa, A Rhonda McGinnity design is done now, and all he needs is his 6 white boomers and his beer can sleigh and he will be ready for next Christmas.
The reindeer hobby horse is a pattern from Mary-Ann Hogan of http://www.maryannesdollsnthings.com.au/ he turned out really well, just need to secure his head a bit better this week, and he will be ready for my nephew, Mason, when I see him early next month.