My quest for revenge has led me to become an even more ingenius mastermind. In my search to crush my ex’s soul with my bad-assedry, I have honed my plans to even more excellent proportions.
This plan will have alternate days: Day 1 and Day 2.
Day 1: run/walk, push-ups, crunches, (and swimming, yoga, or hiking)
Day 2: walk, oblique crunches, glute bridges, and tricep dips (which are oh, so difficult) (and swimming, yoga, or hiking)
What makes this plan so very cunning is that it gives me a day to rest up from the high-impactedness of the running, and it gives one set of muscles a chance to rest while I work on the others.
I will continue to eat only meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, and water or tea, and I’ve added small amounts of dark chocolate to the permission list.
Also! I have just read Andy Paige’s “Style on a Shoestring”, and I *adore* it. I want to follow every bit of advice in there. What she has to say about the fit of a garment and the colors you choose to wear is incredibly smart. I’ve been applying her ideas.
I culled my wardrobe and got rid of everything that didn’t fit my body according to her standards. I bought a pair of cute shoes. I started wearing bling and putting my hair back.
Wouldn’t you know it? Yesterday and the day before I got stormed with compliments. SO, say I. SO, SO. I will be putting together a binder of checklists based on her recommendations and will take it shopping with me wherever I go. Ooh, ooh, ooh. This is exciting. And vengeful. When The Man Who Dumped Me sees me next, with my new sense of style and my whiter teeth and my healthier body, he will be oh, so sorry.
Diet and exercise (to be updated throughout the day):
Twenty oblique crunches, twenty glute bridges, and twenty tricep dips completed. Thirty minute walk completed. Ate a mini-chicken pie and a tiny vanilla cupcake. Breast of chicken, lentils, and a square of dark chocolate.