Monday Accountability Report

I had class this evening, so hitting the gym wasn’t an option. Fortunately, running around campus and moving furniture this morning provided a small workout.

I ate a lot of snacks (whoops) which brought my calories above the normal allowance, but I plan to get a major workout in tomorrow after work to hopefully balance it out.

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Tuesday will be a GREAT day! So, how did you guys start your week? Comment and let me know how you’re doing!

Bon appetit,

– Tori

P.S. I don’t say this often enough, but THANK YOU to those of you who regularly read, follow, and comment on my blog. Seriously, I can’t tell you how much it means to me to have your support and to know that we are in this together. You’ve helped me through some bad days and shared in the celebration of my good days. You rock!

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9 thoughts on “Monday Accountability Report

    • I’m normally a Malbec person (Alamos is my go to), but I’ve been enjoying a bottle of Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz for the past week. It’s a little too sweet, so I only pour myself half a glass and I cut it with club soda. Makes me feel like I’m savoring a BIG glass and cuts the calories down a bit on a sweet wine.

      • I’ve seen the Jam Jar, but haven’t tried it. Good tip on cutting it with club soda! I’ve tried Alamos and find it to be an excellent wine at a reasonable price. Have you tried Tikal malbec? It’s very good as well.

      • I’m the same way. Jam Jar is more of a dessert wine, hence the need to cut it. Alamos Malbec is really my primary drink of choice; the Shiraz just had a twist-top so it made for easy access when I was lazy! Haha!

      • The Mollydooker has a twist off, but it’s a really nice wine! They package it with a layer of nitrogen on the top, so in order to serve it, you pour a little out of the bottle, then put the cap back on and shake it until the nitrogen is expelled. It’s an inky dark wine that is bold but dry. It’s 8:00AM here in New England, and I’m already thinking about what wine I’m going to have tonight! lol

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