Weekly Wrap – Just Go Go Go

This was a week of go-go-go. There was much to juggle between work and home and once again I was doing the single parent drill as J was traveling again. I’ll admit there were many times this week where my patience was seriously tested. While carving out time for my workouts is always a priority, it was key to my sanity this week!

I’m linking up with Holly & Tricia for the Weekly Wrap so here’s a quick look at how I kept my sanity this week.

Monday: Mondays are usually rest days, but thanks to the #RunNovemberChallenge, I got out for a quick powerwalk around the block.

Tuesday: The frigid temps continued as I had to learn to re-acquaint myself with my layering skills 🙂

Wednesday: A leg burning workout was on the decks as I met E for time on the ‘mill and then hit the weights.

Thursday: DOMS kicked in from Wednesday workout which made this run a real challenge. But I knew I had a crazy day ahead and squeezing in this time for myself was worth running on tired legs.

Friday: By the time Friday rolled around I was t-i-r-e-d! I met a friend for lunch, got a brisk mile walk in and called it a day.

Saturday: I had planned to run, but just couldn’t get motivated to get out in the cold. I knew Sunday was supposed to be warmed and my legs were aching for a good stretch so I swapped in some yoga and another mile and gave my body the rest it craved.

Sunday: It was definitely warmer when my alarm when off, but also pouring rain. Yeah no…so I waited out the rain and finally headed out in the early afternoon. The wind was swirling and non-stop, but it was 50 degrees!

So despite the crazy week, I still managed 4.25 miles walking, 9 miles running, 5 minutes of planking/day, plus some time with both weights and my yoga mat – sanity saved!

How was your week? 

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  1. Sounds like a good week to me! Nice job sticking to your challenge
    Deborah Brooks recently posted…Weekly Wrap A Busy Birthday WeekMy Profile

  2. Saving your sanity is the key! I’m glad you were able to get out there and run!
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  3. Saving your sanity is the key! I’m glad you were able to get out there and run!

  4. ha ha…”sanity saved!” That’s great! Glad the planking is going strong!
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  5. Remembering how to dress is such a challenge once it finally gets cold! I’m very glad you saved your sanity this week. 😉 Just thinking about the next month and all that entails makes me lose mine. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thanks for linking.

  6. Sounds like a great week with a good mixture of workouts.

  7. That’s a solid week especially with everything else going on. Yeah the pouring, cold rain is a total deal breaker for me too. Yuck.
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  8. Great job on getting in your runs and workouts this week despite your crazy schedule. I give you so much credit for braving the wind for yesterday’s run!
    Kimberly recently posted…Weekly Wrap: Cruise ControlMy Profile

  9. Sounds like a great week! You and I both with the DOMS. The struggle is so real.
    Rachel recently posted…I’ve Been on a Running HiatusMy Profile

  10. Great work on the planking! that’s a tough thing to keep up and it’ll make you so strong!
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  11. I would have taken a hard pass on the rain, too! Yuck! Of course, if I waited til early afternoon to run, it would be sunny and in the 70s, so sometimes we just have to get it done.

    You did great this week! Keep it up!
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  12. I am such a fair-weather outdoor activities gal. Luckily, living in Colorado, there are so many amazing days it doesn’t impact me too badly. Wind is definitely my least favorite to be dealing with. I’ll do snow and rain, but if the wind is more than 15 mph sustained, I’m indoors. lol.
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  13. Sounds like a great week! It’s so hard to juggle your workouts with family/life responsibilities. Way to get it done!
    The Accidental Marathoner recently posted…Race Recap: 2017 Ragnar South BeachMy Profile

  14. Yep…that cold rain would’ve stopped me dead in my tracks as well. You had a solid week and are sticking with that strength training ….you go girl!! I really need to get back to daily planking …my core is suffering! lol

    Happy Thanksgiving Michelle!!
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  15. Great job on your workouts! Yeah, it’s been cold and crappy here, too, off and on the last couple weeks..too many gray days! I’m over the cold weather already.

  16. Sounds like a really good week! You packed a lot in there and kudos for facing the cold!!!

  17. Yes, running is such a sanity saver! How else do you get rid of the crazy…lol. Good for you for doing it in cold weather!!

  18. Yay for saving your sanity! You did a great job getting everything in, especially with the weather.
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  19. I had the opposite motivation last weekend – had to get out Saturday before the WIND came through on Sunday!

    Happy Thanksgiving!
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  20. SOunds like a great week! Happy Thanksgiving!
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  21. I’m inspired by your planks! I’ve let my non-running exercises fall to the wayside unfortunately lately and keep meaning to get back to it. Maybe a challenge is the kick in the pants I need.

  22. Great job with your workouts this week! It seems like you have bounced back really well and you are into the groove again. Glad to see that things are going well for you! Have a great week!
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