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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby yoyogirl88 » Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:15 am

Go to the gym 0/4
Eat weet-bix for breakfast 2/7
Record my calorie intake 1/7
Drink 2 ltres of water 0/7
To do 10 mins free weights and 10 mins of abs 0/5

Ive "borrowed" this idea of other members so thank you!!


Ok im going to the gym tonight as of this morning have had weetbix 2 days of 7. Water is going to be an issue i managed to get 1.5 ltrs down.

Feeling great this morning!!

Oh I'm going to see my mum in 10 days, Im staying for 4 nights (arrg andy and I have not spent that long apart since I moved in/we started seeing each other) She got me a return flight for a total of $9 no its not a typo ill say it again $9. Each flight was 1 cent and the rest is baggage insurance. Go Go Virgin Blue Deals. They just opened flights to port maquarie and we got the deal yay!!! Its urther from mums than another airport but hey it ill give us a chance to do some shopping in port maquarie. :D
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby yoyogirl88 » Mon Feb 11, 2008 6:15 am

Oops i posted it twice sorry!
20 month old twins and a breastfed bubba. Busy mama!
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby grugwashere » Mon Feb 11, 2008 3:19 pm

$9?! my god thats awesome! u must be very excited!
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby sassi » Tue Feb 12, 2008 9:21 am

how exciting to go & see your mum!

looks like you've got some great goals for the week :D
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby yoyogirl88 » Tue Feb 12, 2008 7:49 pm

Ok im doing ok.

Weetbix 3/7
Water 2/7
Recording cals 3/7
Gym/Exercise 2/4
Abs and crunches 1/5

I started my new job today it looks as though I'm looking after the nearly 2 year old for the first month until he turns 2 and goes to pre-school.
Very tiring!!! I had both the little one and the 4 yr old from 3 ish and wow It tired me out. I didnt end up getting to do a gym class I did half an hour on the machines and that was more than enough. I feel as though i have lead in my feet.
Other than that I have decided to do my yr 11 and 12 via OTEN starting asap, I'm going to go for a UAI too.
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby opal630 » Tue Feb 12, 2008 10:37 pm

So far so good on your goals. You'll certainly get a work out looking after a 2 year old and a 4 year old. Well done for going to the gym afterwards.

How long will it take you to do year 11 & 12 via OTEN? Oh and what is a UAI?
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby yoyogirl88 » Wed Feb 13, 2008 8:18 am

UAI University Admission Index I think!

The course can take 1 or 2 years. If I REALLY kick my butt into gear i can do it in one but I dont think I would survive that kind of pressure I'd be doing up to 120 assignments this year before october. As well as learning the subject matter.
I filled out my applications last night now I have to right a well structured, proof-read essay. It will be fun, you couldnt tell from my grammar and such on here but english is my thing, lol.

I am apllying to do all 2 unit courses ( you need 12 units for yr 11 and 10 for 12), Here the subjects I'll be completeing;
English advanced,
Mathematics,
Biology,
Visual Arts (these 4 are my main subjects I just HAD to do because I LOVE them)
Economics and
Business Studies.

Andy and I are going to move our room around to make room for my desk and chair so im not sitting in front of my computer (World of Warcraft is a very addictive game)
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby opal630 » Wed Feb 13, 2008 11:08 pm

Wow, there are some heavy subjects there. I love maths but English was my most dreaded subject. Looks like you've picked a good mix of subjects. So within two years you'll be slim and have your high school certificate.

What do you eventually want to study at uni?
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby Tummygirl » Thu Feb 14, 2008 12:13 pm

Yoyo Girl glad its your going to school and not me lol Id be kicking and screaming lol plus i love my job and money to much lol. Good luck with it all hunn!!
Cassie xox

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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby yoyogirl88 » Fri Feb 15, 2008 7:31 am

Im really not sure what I would like to study yet only that i want to improve my prospects in the future.
Im glad I can do all of it from home. I will get the start of my learning materials in 3 weeks.


Anyhoo, weighlos achievment=bad. I have at 87.5 this morning on the scales after a major blowout yesterday for valentines day and then someones birthday, no chocolates though, andy didnt buy any.We didnt do gifts for v day this year. The kitten is being desexed today so i am going to be going to the gym for half an hour after work then rushing to the newsagents to buy my dad some bday scratchies for tomorrow then racing to the vet to pick up my lovely Trouble.
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby Tummygirl » Fri Feb 15, 2008 10:30 am

awwww hope everything goes well with Kitty :D
Cassie xox

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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby yoyogirl88 » Sat Feb 16, 2008 8:56 am

Ok here I go.
My exercise at the gym plus vacuuming and running around after a toddler, as well as cleaning (mopping cleaning bathrooms brooming) must have been good exercise.
Last week- 87.5
This week 87.20


300 Gram loss!!!! :D :D :D :D

I have also lost 4.5 cm all over since last week.

Weet-bix 6/7
Recording cals 3/7
Gym 4/4
crunches1/5

Opps i think I will drop the crunched from the list and change rthe weetbix down to 5 days just to fit in with my screwwy schedual. I will record my cals now grrr

I cant wait to start my Hsc I have to post post it on monday bah!!!!
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby opal630 » Sat Feb 16, 2008 10:03 pm

Well done on your loss this week. Sounds like you made up for your valentines day blow out.

I would cut down the weetbix to 5 days too, might get a bit boring. Although I love weetbix with hot water and milk and some raw sugar sprinkled over. Although sugar = bad so no weetbix for me.

Sounds like you're really getting your life in order. 12 months from now you'll be all educated, slim and unstoppable.

Good luck with this week :!:
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby lng86 » Sun Feb 17, 2008 8:05 pm

Opal, what a kind thing to say, 'educated, slim and unstoppable'.

SO true!!!
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Re: Yoyogirl's Story

Postby milkyway » Sun Feb 17, 2008 8:33 pm

Heading in the right direction :)

Congrats on the new job. Hope it works out well for you. Are you enjoying it? And congrats for making the important decision to return to study. It's a corageous and smart move. Good on you!
Just keep moving! And don't be lazy...
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