Thursday, January 7, 2010

Day 4 operation downsize and giveaway news

Weight to lose: 14lbs  Holding strong
Exercise: 20 minute intervals 20 minute fast walk on treadmill

STILL sore.  But I can't keep waiting. I feel better now, I think it was good that I didn't workout yesterday. Soon I'll be able to do five days.  I feel good. I already feel like the intervals that almost killed me on monday are a bit easier.  I upped the speed on a couple of them.

My hormones are a MESS.  That can't be helping but, I'm looking forward to seeing some more results. I hope to at least lose two pounds this week but more would be nice. 

My latest obsession...GIVEAWAYS:

* I entered to win a Hooter Hider from Bebe Au Lait.  I didn't breastfeed for long with my two but when I did or even for pumping the nursing cover was fantastic. The bebe au lait cover has a rigid piece at the top so you can see what you're doing under there and lots of chic patterns.    Check it out on Simply Stacie.

*The B keeps us Honest is giving away a scarf from affordable scarves. They look so comfy cozy and luxurious. I'd love to have one to match my new hat.

* Organic Girl is giving away a $40 gift certificate to Kinderel.  They have lots of different products including bibs, blankets and sleep sacks.  A great value.

* The Fabulous Won (great name by the way)  is giving away a jar of Perricone MD Plasma cream from Perricone MD value of $150!  I've never tried anything that luxurious before.  Looks like a great product.

* Feisty Frugal and Fabulous is giving away a pair of Sanita Professional Cabrio Clogs. They are beautiful leather clog shoes.  They look so fancy. I think my hubby would love them for when he starts his new job.

My Wee View  one of my favourite giveaway blogs is giving away a pair of See Kai Run Shoes.  I have never tried these on either of my kids but I know how important shoes are for young feet and I would love the opportunity to have a pair.

* A daily dose of Toni is giving away a Dyson DC31 hand held vacuum!  Pretty sweet.  They are such fantastic machines.  I could really use one of those with the crumbs my kids manage. 


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