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    I'm signed up for a half in April and I'm terrified...I should probably start running huh
    omg! you'll be great!!!
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    5:45 wake up, shower, get ready
    6:40ish leave for work
    7:15 arrive at work
    Lots of work. Lots.
    3:45 (at the earliest) - 5 pm (at the latest) drive home
    Make dinner immediately when arriving home ( I hate, HATE eating late at night.. would rather not eat at all than eat after 7 pm)
    Spend the evening with DH: chores, walks, tv, video games, board games, hanging out (except Wednesdays - ceramics class)
    9:15 get ready for bed
    No later than 10 pm, go to sleep
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    #13
    6:30: wake up, get ready, and make breakfast
    6:45: wake the youngest.
    7:15: wake the middle child (oldest is away at college)
    7:30: take youngest to school and come home
    8:15: take middle to high school and come home
    8:45-2pm: workout, clean, laundry, prep dinner, run errands. I volunteer on certain days too.
    2:30: head to elementary school for pick up
    3:15: head to high school
    3:50: home for homework and girls’ chores, finish dinner stuff (this changes with horse lessons and lacrosse season approaching)
    6:00: dinner
    6:30-9: family time. Bath and showers, tv time.
    9:00: youngest to bed
    10:00: middle to bed
    Then I watch tv, hang with DH, read. I go to sleep around 2am.

    Weekends are different. I sleep in and watch college football all Saturday. We normally hang out with our best friends and the boys fish on Sundays.
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    Wake up, drink a cup of coffee or two (or three if it's one of those days lol). DH goes to work first, I clean up (dishes, vacumming, etc.). Work, break to walk the doggos, work, lunch, work, break to walk the doggos, finish up work. DH comes home, we have dinner, sometimes we go to the pool or just chill, then I dick around on my phone a bit, take a shower and we either watch a movie or read a book, then bed ... pretty basic. I do most of the chores like laundry, groceries, etc. on the weekends.
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    Wake up 6-6:30, shower get ready for work. DB takes the dog out and makes my lunch. We carpool to work. Work 7:30-4:30. Yoga/crossfit after work then either home for dinner or out with some friends. I play rec sports on Thursdays, and usually go for happy hour once a week. Pretty standard millennial city life
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    #16
    It depends on the day of the week for me.

    Mondays and Fridays are my more relaxed days where I take the kids to school and spend the day doing school work at home. Monday evenings the girlchild has girl scouts. Tuesdays and Thursdays are my busiest days. I have class for hours. Do a couple of hours of school work after I get home and then go get the kids from school and take them to jiu jitsu. Wednesdays the boychild has cub scouts. I spend the weekends doing more school work.

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    I'm incorporating a lot of hiding from the kids into my schedule.
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    Wake up and nurse. Get ready, drop off DD at daycare, and go to work. Work 730-4 ish. Head home and take everyone for a walk, nurse, and make/eat dinner. Around 7 PM start bedtime routine or go to rollerderby. After DD is down or I get home from derby: clean kitchen and pack lunches. If I didn't have derby, do some other general cleaning and then play a computer game with DH. Read and go to sleep. Wake up way to often to nurse DD. Repeat.
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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Love7 View Post
    I'm signed up for a half in April and I'm terrified...I should probably start running huh
    No reason to be terrified .... just put the miles in and it's easy .... just finished my 16th full in Sept. But yea lol . I would start running
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious_Nicole View Post
    No reason to be terrified .... just put the miles in and it's easy .... just finished my 16th full in Sept. But yea lol . I would start running
    haha! Yea, I'm not even concerned about the time for this first one, I just want to finish haha. I did a 10K and I found intervals were really good for me.
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