If at any point I thought Winter was going by slowly, Spring will certainly be the opposite. I still can't believe that today is the last day of March! I felt like I blinked and February was over. Anyone else feel the same?
Things at work are starting to get crazy for both me and my husband, so the weekends were packed with relaxation and unwinding with friends. We tried a new restaurant that has crabby cheesy garlic bread. Yes, it's as delicious and it sounds! Mmmm...
I've also been making a lot of bows (these are only some of the bows that went out last Tuesday) for my Etsy shop. The majority of these are for a bachelorette party at Disneyland.
** Note: if you're interested in ordering bows for the Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend (May 7th-10th), please place your order before April 12th. I will be putting the shop on vacation mode on the 13th to ensure all bows get to their new owners on time. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment or use the contact area to the right on this blog. :) **
Although I've done less running than I have in a long time, I'm still keeping up with my fitness. I've actually been more diligent about it than ever!
Earlier this month, my husband and I had a heart-to-heart with each other. We had both let our fitness and eating habits get out of control and we made a plan to help each other get back on track.
We agreed to 21 days of healthy eating and exercising everyday.
We stuck to it and it's really made a difference! It was a lot of salads and protein with steamed veggies. For my work outs, I use an app called FitStar where they have short 20 minute sessions where you don't need any weights, etc, sort of like some Jillian Michaels DVDs.
I lost 2 lbs and a couple inches off my mid-section. I've noticed my muscles are more toned and in general I feel a lot better. I also have a lot more endurance when I run, perfect for my 10k next month. It's been almost a full month and I've stuck with working out every day; now I'm challenging myself to twice a day! :)
How was your March? Do you have plans for Spring?