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#Janathon Day 5 & thoughts about food

05/01/2012

A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.
Bruce Lee

Janathon today was inspired by Knittingpenguin’s tweet at how she was only going to run a mile, because she wanted her tea.  I too didn’t want to run, so I copied her & ran a mile too. She ran it quicker than me, head over to her blog & see how much she beat me by!

My record mile was set last #Juneathon at 11:09.

It still stands, I missed it by about a minute, 12:02. I admit it, I walked up the hill over the railway bridge. I think I’ll plan a route that has no hill & then try again on another day.

I’m tired & eating rubbish, and craving junk & sweets & comfort food. As much as I don’t want to do it, I’m going to have to start either logging my food on MyFitnessPal or just in my notebook, at least for a week or 2. I’m also thinking about getting a veg box delivered each week, this *might* encourage me to eat more fruit & make some soup instead of cheese on toast!

I’m going to have to come up with some cunning ways to hide veg in food, as my husband claims that all veg is vile & he can tell if it’s in his meal, also soups / stews aren’t meals, they’re snacks.

Better get googling eh?

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. 05/01/2012 21:27

    Just imagine you’re trying to sneak veggies in the kids’ meals! You’ll be back at your old Juneathon pace before you know it, especially with all the healthy fuel.

  2. 05/01/2012 21:35

    Those pesky hills & wind just don’t go together – well done on your mile

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