Although this post was not specifically intended to be a “Sorry I’m Not Sorry” post, I’m going to preface it by first telling you this:
“Sorry I’m Not Sorry”.
We could also call this a Wednesday Confession…
Because, well…I suppose that it’s one of those too.
How fun. Two birds, one stone.
Did you guys know I’m getting married? I know, big surprise right? I’ve kept that such a secret here on the blog. Right. As if I didn’t tell you all about our wedding, several times over. Down to each and every painful detail.
[p.s…in case you’re interested, here’s all of the wedding-related posts. I know how we girls just love to talk about weddings.]
You guys were so supportive with my first “Sorry I’m Not Sorry” post, that hey…I guess it can’t hurt to be honest about this as well, right? I’m kind of good at laying everything out there anyway, so none of this should surprise you.
I’m trying to get hot for my wedding.
Yes, yes I am.
I understand that this probably isn’t too surprising to any of you who are married already. You’ve already experienced the mental anguish of knowing that you’ll be wearing an incredibly overpriced dress, standing in front of a room full of your loved ones, merging your life together with the man that you love, and then having hundreds upon hundreds of photographs taken of you. To be consequently pulled out and viewed for approximately the next 50 years of your life.
So in conclusion, I need to look hot in my overpriced Maggie Sottero dress.
This doesn’t involve starving myself. I even stopped logging my food on Livestrong this week. I know, aren’t I so wishy-washy?
The truth about my life is that I’ve barely been working out since I did the IronGirl Syracuse in July. I haven’t really been too worried about it. Although sweating is an important part of my world (mostly because it keeps me at least partially sane), I needed to worry about other more pressing issues.
Such as moving and kitchen remodeling (which is still not finished, btw).
But now, I’m making sweating a priority again.
I’d like to introduce you to my “Six Weeks To Sottero” plan:
My motto (as written in the “notes” section for September) is “Don’t Think, Just Do”. Very original, no?
I’ve completed one day.
We’ll see how it goes.
Sorry I’m not sorry.
Also, I want to mention that the Joggers Life TRX Try It Program is turning out to be a smashing success! I’m so excited to be able to let you guys try out the TRX! I’ve come to the conclusion that not only are people scared away by the price of the TRX, but it’s also sort of an intimidating apparatus in and of itself. Somehow, my cajoling all of you in my most annoying voice (“TRY IT, TRY IT!!”) has taken away some of that intimidation. Awesome! For that very reason, I’m going to keep annoying you.
So far, we have Rachel and Gene trying out the TRX in September (Gene, you’ll receive your TRX next week–I had to order another due to sheer demand), Kendra is signed up for October, Kristen claimed November, December belongs to Laura, Leah is booked for January, and Angela has February lined up!
That means that March is YOUR month! Come on, you know you want to try it.