Monday, March 31, 2014

Round 2, week 1 of #21dayfix Beachbody Fitness program by Autumn Calabrese

Started Round 2 last Monday March 24th. I took a week off to go to the beach and didn't do very well with my eating while I was gone. :-( So I was excited to start back into the program and begin Round 2. My mom is still waiting for her kit, so I guess I'll do Round 3 with her!!

I end up planning out my menu before the day starts and I eat alot of the same meals over and over again, so I'm not going to post as many pictures as I did for Round 1.

Two things I'm doing differently this round...
First, I changed what calorie bracket I'm eating from. I'm going to stay in the 1200-1499 calorie bracket which means less fruit and carbs.
Second, I'm going to do double workouts on most days so I workout out for more than 30 minutes. I'm also going to use heavier hand weights than I did in Round 1.

Here are some of my food pictures from this week: 

My exercise pictures from round 2, week 1! 

Monday workout

Double workout for Monday-Barre dvd

Tuesday workout

Wednesday workout

Wednesday double workout-LOVE the FREE Autumn Calabrese youtube videos!! 

Thursday workout

Thursday double workout-Barre dvd with my mom and 1 mile Leslie Sansone dvd

Love my new Nike barre shoes!! 

Friday workout

Friday double workout

I missed my Saturday workout of doing Dirty 30, but did a 30 min swim lesson with my 3 year old and then went shopping with the family! (LOL can you count shopping and holding all the bags as exercise??!!)

I am pleased with how most of my week went except for on Thurs and Saturday. I was sugar free for over a week but then had a cupcake on Thursday that my boss brought me! ARGH!! Then on saturday I was gone most of the day and didn't log my food or use any of my containers!! BOOO!! I hate it when I don't have a good eating week!! Ready for week 2!! 

Friday, March 28, 2014

Follow up from Fabletics and Ellie Reviews from November

First, I almost never post negative reviews or feedbacks on companies because I don't like to post negativity on my blog and peoples opinions and experiences are always different from some one elses... but I am going to discuss my PERSONAL opinion and reviews of Fabletics and Ellie because I've posted about them before and I've recommended them. 

So back in November I posted about my two month subscription purchases from the new Fabletics site.
My post can be found here:

It is now several months later and I haven't been able to wear any of the clothes I purchased from them because its either too big or too small. The larges are too big around my waist but tight on my thighs and the mediums are too small. They must not be made for curvy girls. I tried Fabletics because I've been frustrated with Ellie's customer service, lack of choices and slow shipping. I liked the Fabletics site, choices and fast shipping. However, I felt like some of the pictures were deceiving. I ordered a blue top and it was super long, not at all how they pictured it online. I decided to cancel after 2 months and practially had to go thru an act of congress and over 45 mins just to cancel my account. Once I did, I haven't gotten any more charges on my credit card so that was good. They offered to send me a free outfit if I didn't cancel, but honestly I didn't want to call back again to cancel so I told her I wasn't wearing the outfits I already purchased so it didn't make sense at the time. Periodically I got on their website to check out the new stuff and I am tempted but then I remember I have enough workout clothes! ;-)

Next onto Ellie...I have been ordering from them for over one year now. I was an "ambassdaor" for several months and had 3 different contacts with the company. They changed from PV Body to Ellie, then changed their prices, changed their website, now changed their subscription packages... and the entire time I kept giving them the benefit on the doubt because they were a new company. But each time I got a new Ellie company ambassador contact I'd wonder, why do their employees keep leaving? I finally deleted my ambassador coupon and link off my blog side bar because they said they weren't offering discounts anymore thru links and they didn't' have an ambassador pgoram. (when I asked about it online last month, someone said they were still an ambassador, so who knows??!!)

I can't recommend their site any longer to people because I feel its really deceitful to charge peoples credit cards and then wait 3-6 weeks to ship products to people!! They have always had slow shipping, but its absolutely ridiculous to not even SHIP a product out until a month later!! (and supposedly they said they had all the products in their warehouse to ship so that people didn't have to wait so long) Then its another week or two before I get my package after they ship. When customers ask for tracking info or shipping updates, they are given false information or never answered on facebook.

Back in December, they revamped their website and overnight totally changed their ordering and subscription packages without notifying or telling any of their customers!! One day you could order 2 pieces for 49.95 with free shipping, the next day they offered package deals for 49.95 and UP! and some customers have to pay for shipping now. It appears they were copying the exact structure and ordering guidelines as Fabletics. Hmmm... I liked having the flexibility to order 2 pants or 2 tops every month-any two pieces, not an outfit of a top and bottom that was pre selected and matched by the company. :-(

So I didn't order anything from Ellie for Jan or Feb as I waited for them to work out the kinks of the new ordering and got things under control. On March 1st I placed an order from their new collection, a top and bottom...actually honestly I don't even remember what I ordered, seriously!! and its March 28th and I have no package from Ellie and no shipping info from them. and of course my credit card was charged on March 1st! -sigh-

I LOVE Ellies colors and designs (for the most part) which is why I've ordered from them almost every month and stuck with them thru all the company changes-multiple changes.. the quality of the pieces and stretch is fantastic! I wear Ellie exercise tops and bottoms (I have mostly bottoms) multiple times a week!

But sadly I don't feel like I can recommend them or that I should even bother ordering from them anymore. I'm sad because its a great concept to have a monthly exercise clothes subscription...I guess I'll just stick to Old Navy and Kohls active wear when it goes on sale.

Have you had any experiences with Ellie or Fabletics?? What did you think?

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

RedStar Sunglasses Review and Pictures and FREE sunglasses (just pay S/H) for my readers!!

I received a free pair of sunglasses this weekend from RedStar for blog review. These are the ones I picked out online because I like steel frames and not thick ones. Plus the leopard print is super cool!! :-)

What is RedStar Shades??

They came in a great case and cloth to clean the lenses.

My hubby thinks they are a little big for my face but I like them! 

I am impressed with the sturdiness and quality of these glasses. Obviously I haven't had them very long to vouch for their durability, but honestly even if they don't last every long, $15 is a steal for a fashionable pair of sunglasses!! 

If you want to check them out, here my referral shopping link: (i do get a small commission if you decide to purchase anything!) 

Referral Link:

Heres the exciting part!! 
If you use my code below, you can purchase up to $500 worth of sunglasses (thats 4 or 5 pairs!!) for FREE!!! 
You only pay shipping and handling on each pair!! Which for my hubby was a little less than $15 each pair. SUCH a great deal!! He decided to use my code to buy two pairs because he was jealous of mine! LOL  

Use MTA14 for the $500 Redstar gift card towards your purchase. 

Have you ever purchased from RedStar? 
Check out the website and let me know what sunglasses you like.. you can never have too many pairs... 

I have looked up reviews online and I know RedStar does not have very good reviews, but they were several years ago so I am willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. I will let you know ASAP if I have unauthorized CC charges or issues that you need to be aware about. I did go thru my husbands new account info very carefully to make sure he was not enrolled in any monthly sunglasses program which reviews suggest. From everything I've read we will not be shipped anything further than the two pairs we bought and we are not enrolled in anything extra. We used our CC not our bank card so I will monitor the account closely. 

Clean, Christian E-Books SALE starting today, March 26th!

I was asked by my friend and author Rachel Ann Nunes to post the following on my blog:

Yay! It's time for another book sale and we've got 16 titles here. Some great new choices for you, including a couple of mine so make sure you scroll clear to the end. Some of these books have never been discounted before, some are new, and some are back because readers are asking for them. You should find something great to read! We have everything from children's books to adult novels, from romance and speculative fiction. If you do find a book you enjoy, we hope you will take the time to give the author a nice review and maybe check out their other books. These prices are good through April 1st unless otherwise stated, so feel free to pass them along!

The Cure by Teyla Branton

Unbounded Series - Contemporary Urban fantasy with over 100 four- and five-star reviews! - 298 pages 99 cents on Kindle (reg. 3.99) Or buy for print Erin Radkey’s life has altered completely since her Change made her one of the Unbounded. Yet she has learned the hard way that some things never change. Over the centuries the long-lived Unbounded have divided into two groups, the Emporium who craves money and power and will do anything to achieve its ends, including experimenting on its own people, and the Renegades who protect humanity. Erin’s new abilities are tested as she and fellow Renegades fight the Emporium in a struggle that soon becomes all too personal, and where lines of loyalty are blurred by relationships of the past. Everything is at risk, including the lives of her friends—and the love of Ritter Langton, the Renegade Unbounded who both infuriates and excites her.


The Ember Gods by Andrea Pearson

Kilenya Seies - Middle grade fantasy with 19 five-star reviews! - 282 pages
99 cents on Kindle (reg. 3.99)
Or buy for print
Jacob Clark has just returned from the world of Eklaron, where he frustrated the evil plans of the Lorkon and returned the magical Key of Kilenya to its rightful owners. His quest is far from over, though—Aloren is trapped in Maivoryl City by the Ember Gods, and Jacob can't return to save her until he receives the potion that will protect his team from the corrosive influence of the Lorkon. Balancing between this new world and his own proves tricky. Not only has he started his first year of high school, but his magical abilities are bringing him too much attention. He feels pulled by both sides, hoping he'll figure out his special powers to save Aloren in time. BTW, the first book The Key of Kilenya is FREE on Kindle March 26-28th during this promotion.

To Love and to Promise by Rachel Ann Nunes

Inspirational Romance - 298 pages
99 cents Kindle (reg. 3.99)
Or buy for print
When Brionney Fields marries handsome and charming Derek Roathe, she feels like her life is a fairy tale come true. And when baby Savannah comes along, she's sure of it. Then, with a horrifying discovery, the dream is shattered and her fairy tale begins to unravel. Trying to pick up the bits and pieces of her life, she wonders if she'll ever be able to take a chance at love again. The answer finally comes, but is Brionney ready for it? Can she set aside a world of pain for the hope of true love? She's heard all the promises before, but they've been empty and tainted by lies. Why should she believe them now? Join Brionney as she learns that the road to true love and happiness is never easy . . . but in the end it's worth every prayer, every tear, and every leap of faith along the way.

A Heartbeat Away by Rachel Ann Nunes

Inspirational - 212 pages
99 cents on Kindle (reg. 3.99)
"You think it's never going to happen to you. I know because that's how I was—untouchable. Bad things only happen to someone else. Or if something bad actually did happen, it was always something the doctor could fix with fiberglass or a pill. That's the way it was with my family—at least until the year I turned thirteen." When their young daughter, Kristin, is kidnapped, Gary and Angie Marshall struggle to make sense of the unthinkable. Who could do such a thing? And why Kristin? As more time passes in their desperate search for their daughter, their hopes slowly dwindle. They are left with "if onlys" and a glaring uncertainty that damages their marriage and their relationships with their other children, especially their oldest daughter, Meghan. Meanwhile, Kristin's first job in her new "life" is to heal the hearts of her family. But doing so turns out to be more of a challenge than she ever expected. But time is running out. As she blames herself for Kristin's disappearance, Meghan turns down a road that can only lead to more unhappiness. Kristin must find a way to help her sister find healing—and perhaps love.

Behind the Mask Part 1 by Anita Stansfield writing as Elizabeth D. Michaels

Historical romance - 294 pages
FREE for Kindle (reg. 99 cents - Free March 26-30 only)
Part 1 of Behind the Mask for an introductory price. There are three parts of this extended saga and each part is like a full book.
Abbi has the gift of dreams. But her uncanny ability to see glimpses of the future has no apparent purpose or meaning until a dream leads her to a man on the brink of despair and destruction. Cameron is a man without a name and without a country, framed for a crime he didn’t commit. Long ago forced into exile and believed dead, the passing of years have defaced him of all hope. The country of Horstberg suffers beneath the weight of tyranny, and only Cameron holds the secret that could see her ruler undone and restore the people to peace and prosperity. While revolution brews and whispers of treason threaten all that is dear to Abbi, she remains unaware of her own ability to answer a nation’s prayers. Trusting only her heart and the power of her dreams, Abbi gives all that she has to lead Cameron back into a civilized world, where love is real and freedom comes only in facing what hides behind the mask.

Breathtaking Box Set - 7 Full Novels!

 Clean Romance and Suspense
99 cents on Kindle through March 29th only
Baggage Claim by Amanda Tru - A weekend trip to New York takes a dangerous turn when Rachel's luggage is lost and she is accosted by an infuriating Homeland Security agent.
A Perfect Fit by Heather Tullis - Cami DiCarlo wasn't happy about being coerced to work at her father's latest hotel in the Rocky Mountains, but her expectations of a boring year are blown away by sexy landscape architect Vince Talmadge, and someone in the shadows who is out to bring her family down.
Home Before Dark by Christy Barritt - When country music star Daleigh McDermott digs deeper into what she believes is the murder of her father, the only person who gives credence to her concerns is small town mechanic Nick Shields.  As they dig deeper into things best left alone, they realize they must rely on each other or the darkness they discover will swallow them whole.
You Belong With Me by Shannon Guymon - Love could restart a stalled heart. Love could comfort and cleanse. Love could renew. Love was a miracle. Burned out social worker, Layla Kendall is about to learn exactly what love can do.
Unbelievable by Sherry Gammon - Unbelievable, Book 2 in the Port Fare Series. A firestorm named Delilah Dreser is about to ignite Cole Colter's quiet little world. But will he and his friends survive?
Blog This by Cami Checketts - In a race against time, can Natasha evade a hitman and expose her enemies before the assassin murders her family and shatters her world?
Cassie's Cowboy Crave by Kimberly Krey - This fun western romance features a Seattle editor, a handsome cowboy, and a witness protection program that has them posing as husband and wife.

Fair Catch by Cindy Roland Anderson

Contemporary Romance - 344 pages
99 cent Kindle (reg. 2.99)
Or buy for print
Ellie Garrett never planned on being a divorced, single mother—she also never planned to get married again. Ever. Her ordinary life changes when the house across the street is sold. The new owner is Nick Coulter—quarterback and MVP for the Sacramento Defenders. Oh yeah, he’s also one of People magazine’s top 100 most beautiful people and America’s most eligible bachelor. So why would she pick him to have her first crush on since her divorce? Recently retired from the NFL, Nick is more than ready to find a wife and start a family. He's tired of his high-profile lifestyle and moves to Pleasant Wood, Colorado, hoping to finally settle down and focus on his foundation Kids Come First. It would just feel nice to be a normal guy. Of course being rebuffed by Ellie the first few times he meets her makes him feel a little too normal. As Nick and Ellie become acquainted, their mutual attraction is hard to ignore. But Ellie’s been hurt before by her womanizing ex-husband. She’s not sure that Nick has left behind his playboy reputation. Can she risk falling in love with the celebrity football player or will she miss her chance at scoring big in the game of love?

Gathering  Storm by Kenneth R. Tarr

The Last Days Series - inspirational apocalyptic - 312 pages
FREE on Kindle (reg 3.99 - Free until March 26-30 only)
Or buy print
Steven Christopher struggles to make sense of his life after his wife abandons him and their three children to join a polygamous cult. He meets Mary Fleming at his new LDS ward, but his bitter experience with marriage makes him feel unworthy and afraid to give his heart to another woman. Mary, recovering from her own failed relationship, sees something in Steven that even he doesn't realize exists, but how can he trust her? Then the first great catastrophe strikes. Steven and Mary soon find themselves in the midst of apocalyptic prophecies regarding latter-day events—both terrible and marvelous—that unfold shortly before the Second Coming of the Lord. As natural disasters, plagues, anarchy, and the collapse of the American government lead to the degradation of civilization throughout the world, a great worldwide secret combination expands its evil influence. The people of God are the only power that can stand against this evil, people like Steven and Mary—if they will accept the challenge.

Samara (A Kilenya Romance novella) by Andrea Pearson

YA romance - 58 pages
Buy for Kindle here (99 cents)
When Samara Oldroyd takes a break from her somewhat insane family to browse a music store, she meets the funniest, most attractive and awesome guy ever. A phone call interrupts their conversation, and she has to leave before she can find out anything about him—what his name is, where he's from, and why his smile is so familiar. Her wishes that they'll run into each other again come true, but not how she expects. When her older sister finally lets the family meet her new boyfriend, Samara is shocked to see it's the guy from the music store! Awkward and hilarious situations thrive as Samara tries—in vain—to undo the crush she's formed. Inspired by the film Dan in Real Life, this novella will tickle you pink. 

The Whispering Ruins by S. Jackson Rivera

Jungle Series - YA fantasy - 421 pages
99 cents on Kindle (3.99)
Or buy for print
A mysterious whispering from ruins deep within the jungle pulls Sunna from the trance that has been holding her mind hostage for years. Kael, the young prince, seeks adventure outside the palace walls and is also drawn to the jungle. There he meets Sunna, and their fates become intertwined. When three dangerous men come to their land and begin their hunt for a missing fugitive, the secrets that have shielded both Sunna and Kael are nearly revealed, and supernatural events threaten to destroy everything they've worked to create—leaving their lives in ruins.

At Midnight by Stephanie Fowers

Twisted Tales Series - YA fantasy - 383 pages
99 cents on Kindle (Reg. 2.99)
Or buy for print
Stop the Clock from Striking Twelve!
Bridgette has Cinderella complex big time. She has to find true love's kiss to get some weird guy off her back who claims to be her faery godmother. But who is she really? Loser of Omak High? Victim of the evil stepmother who runs the group home?
Not-so-proud owner of a hearth where fire-starting goblins live?
Asylum wannabe with occasional schizophrenic episodes? Not even Bridgette knows. Even if her faery godmother wasn't some guy who knows nothing about romance, how is Bridgette supposed to get true love's kiss if everyone she cares about disappears? Bridgette must find out who she really is in the faerytales or she'll lose everything.

Mansfield Ranch by Jenni James

The Jane Austen Diaries - YA Romance - 144 pages
99 cents on Kindle (reg. 4.99) 
 Does true love really prevail? All Lilly Price has ever known is living in the shadow of her widely successful foster family. But when a twist of fate deals Lilly the hand of Harrison Crawford, the most popular guy in Bloomfield, NM, everything flips upside down. Sean Benally is a hard worker, he’s funny, he’s generous, and he’s kind. He’s also the most amazing guy Lilly has ever known. And she's totally fallen in love with him. But he’s her foster brother . . . Now she must choose between the unavailable love of her life—or the guy who promises to be available forever. 

 Awakening by Christy Dorrity

The Geis Series - YA fantasy - 300 pages
FREE on Kindle (Reg. 3.99)
Or buy for print
. . . because some Celtic stories won’t be contained in myth. A little magic has always run in sixteen-year-old McKayla McCleery's family—at least that’s what she’s been told. McKayla’s eccentric Aunt Avril travels the world as a clairvoyant for the FBI, and her mother can make amazing delicacies out of the most basic of ingredients. But McKayla doesn't think for a second that the magic is real—it’s just good storytelling. Besides, McKayla doesn’t need magic. She recently moved to beautiful Star Valley, Wyoming, and already she has an amazing best friend, a solo in her upcoming ballet recital, and the gorgeous guy in her physics class keeps looking her way. When an unexpected fascination with Irish dance leads McKayla to seek instruction from the mute, crippled, janitor at her high school, she learns that her family is not the only one with unexplained abilities. After Aunt Avril comes to Star Valley in pursuit of a supernatural killer, people begin disappearing, and the lives of those McKayla holds most dear are threatened. When the janitor reveals that an ancient curse, known as a geis, has awakened powers that defy explanation, McKayla is forced to come to terms with what is real and what is fantasy.

A Challenge for Brittany by Lisa J. Peck

CTR Club ages 6-10 - 85 pages
99 cents on Kindle 
FREE on Nook
Brittany Stevenson, her little sister Christine, and her best friend Meagan have been asked by their bishop to be friends with Parker—a new kid in the ward. But Parker is autistic and loves to play with Brittany's braids. He even tries to stick them in his mouth! Brittany isn't sure anyone can overcome that kind of embarrassment! Or is there a way?

Secret Sisters by Tristi Pinkston

Secret Sisters Series - Cozy mystery - 155 pages
99 cents on Kindle (reg. 3.99)
Or buy print
Ida Mae Babbitt, president of the Omni 2nd Ward Relief Society, didn't mean to become a spy. But when visiting teaching stats are low and she learns that one family under her care is in financial trouble, she'll do whatever it takes to make sure they have what they need. If that includes planting surveillance cameras in their home and watching them from a parked car in the woods, well, isn't that what any caring Relief Society president would do? With the help of her counselors Arlette and Tansy, Ida Mae soon learns that there's more to the situation than meets the eye. It's all in a day's work for the Relief Society. (This is an update of the original version published in 2010 with a purple cover.) 

The Ugly Stepsister Strikes Back by Sariah Wilson

YA fantasy - 224 pages
99 cents on Kindle 9reg. 2.99)
Or buy print
Everyone knows how all those fairy tales go. The princess gets beautiful, nabs her prince, falls instantly in love, lives happily ever after and leaves her evil stepsisters in the dust.But what happens when you’re the ugly stepsister and your obnoxiously perfect—read pretty, smart, and, worst of all, sickeningly nice—stepsister is dating the charming, tall, devastatingly handsome guy you’ve had a thing for since you were nine years old? Quirky, artistic and snarky Mattie Lowe does not lead a charmed life. Her mother is constantly belittling her on Skype. Mercedes, the school mean girl, has made it her personal mission to torment Mattie. But worst of all? Her stepsister Ella is the most beautiful, popular girl in school and is dating Mattie’s secret longtime crush, Jake Kingston. Tired of being left out and done with waiting for her own stupid fairy godmother to show up, Mattie decides to change her life. She’ll start by running for senior class president against wildly popular Jake. Ella can keep her Prince Annoying. Mattie’s going to rule the school. And no one, not even a cute and suddenly flirty Jake, is going to stop her.

That's all for this time! I hope you find a lot of enjoyment in these books. If so, please pass word on. And remember that a kind review really helps authors spend more time writing and less time begging random people to buy their books THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

(I have read several of these books and I love getting great deals on kindle books so I'm excited to pass these deals onto my readers!)

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

PB2 Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Shake!

Tried PB2 for the first time today! (its a powdered peanut butter with less calories than traditional peanut butter)
I made a chocolate peanut butter protein shake for my breakfast. I've posted my recipe below. I will need to play around with it because it didn't make a full Ninja shaker cup and its a little thinner texture that I would have wanted. I don't like my shakes thick but I hate when they're really watery.

It was super easy to make and blend and the taste is really good!! I was pleasantly surprised and can't wait to try it again.

Any suggestions on how to make it thicker?
Any recipes that you like to make while using PB2??

Todays Recipe:
1 scoop VeganSmart Chocolate protein powder by Naturade
2 tablespoons PB2 Powder
1 cup water
1 banana
couple spinach leaves
couple icecubes

You can find out more about VeganSmart Chocolate Protein Powder here:

You can buy PB2 here:

Monday, March 24, 2014

My Shutterfly Florida Vacation Book-you can get a FREE photo book too!

Sorry for the lack of blogging last week. I was gone for 7 days in Florida vacationing with my family and I had very limited internet. The weather was beautiful and I had alot of fun! and of course I took a million pictures...

It took me a couple hours but I just completed my FREE Shutterfly photo book tonight!!
You can also get one free by using the code "STORYTIME" which can be used towards a 8x8 photo album or $29.99 credit towards a larger photo book.
Offer expires TOMORROW March 25, so don't delay!

I've been using Shutterfly for years and have never had an issue with customer service, shipping or the quality.

Have you used Shutterfly? Do you like making photo albums?

Shutterfly baby photo books are the perfect way to preserve your baby's precious moments.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

My new Gym room!!

Back in August, my hubby and I bought out first house together. We went from a one level multi family house to a 2 story with a full basement house all our own!!

One of the things I was excited about was to convert half the basement into our family exercise room. (another section is my craft area-whoohoo!!)

It is still a work in progress, but every so often we are able to add things and make improvements to our gym area. I am LOVING it!! The most recent additions were the clock, hanging the mirrors, and hanging the hooks in the walls. I love to put things on the wall so I can see them to use them and to keep things off the floor so I have more space.

Here's what it looks like right now:

Do you have an exercise area or room at your house?
What exercise products are a must have for you?

Saturday, March 15, 2014

21 day Fix by Autumn Calabrese program- Week 3 Nutrition and Workouts- FINAL RESULTS

Just ended week 3 of the 21 day fix!!! Now I'm off to the beach! :-)

My week 1 recap with food and exercise pictures and more info about the program here:

My week 2 recap with food and exercise pictures here:

My food went okay this week. I had sugar and I had two days were I didn't log and snacked too much because of pms. :-(  Overall I'm pleased though and ready to start round 2!!

Some food pictures from the week: 

Monday Rest Day
Tuesday day 16 workout
Wednesday Day 17 workout
Thursday Rest Day, Stability Ball workout in the evening
Friday day 19 workout
Saturday day 20 workout

Here are my workouts for the week: 


I am SUPER pleased with losing any weight and excited to see better results with round 2 after I get home from vacation. I didn't follow the plan 100% but I'm motivated after seeing results to do even better. I also saw progress with my strength and using heavier weights during the program.

For round 2 I'm going to do double workouts and follow the eating plan for 1200-1499 calories because I feel like I was eating too much during this round. and NO SUGAR!!