I’m At Day 11 Not In Heaven, LOL:>

Day 11 has some stuff with it. First of all, I decided when I first started working out that I would not consume large amounts of water while working out. I got so sick like I was going to throw up. So, now I take sips of water few and far between. Well, tonight, I was lazy, so let me tell you what I did. I had this plan all conjured up in my head. I come home, eat a nice size meal, and go to change into my workout clothes. Well, while working out, I started feeling nauseous and felt my GERD beginning to act up. At that moment, I knew I could never eat a full meal and then go workout. I’m not sure if that’s why parents tell their children they have to wait to get in the pool after eating. But what I will say to you is that I will not do that anymore. In my true fashion, I kept going and maintaining my “No Excuses” mantra until I completed the workout.

That was #1 now for #2. I messaged my fitness coach and said: “hey, we need a challenge for the upper body because I really need to work on my arms and stomach more.” Well, today, day 11 was nothing but upper bodywork. Let me tell you my arms are mushy, and at one point, they were shaking while lifting weights. I thought I was going to drop my dumbells one time, lol. So, be careful what you ask for. Or at least be prepared to receive what it is your asking for. Although I really do want to tone my arms, after eating all that food, I just wasn’t ready. All in all, I had a great workout. I’m off to a good start to a week of exercising and becoming fit and healthy. I hope you have a great start as well. If not, it’s not too late to speak over yourself differently and manifest what it is you want for this week. Set your intentions!!!! 1, 2, 3, … GO!

Until Next Time,


Published by ShesThatRN

I am an RN working on my DNP, preparing to launch several aspects of my new business and writing and getting ready to publish my first book. I love to write so blogging seemed like a great way to naturally express myself and publish my journey as a nurse.

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