Back on Track Month

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I am a very purpose-driven person.  I thrive on To-Do lists.  I relish schedules.  I love training plans.  When I am proceeding forward in my life with a goal, I am happy.


For the last two weeks, I feel like I’ve been wandering around with no purpose.  Too much TV, not enough work.  And I’ve been stretching my definition of “healthy living” and “balance” a little bit too much.   I even took a few hits of my friend’s cigarette the other night (I don’t even know why I did it). 


I woke up this morning feeling exhausted, grumpy, and a little sick to my stomach – sure signs that I am overdoing it on alcohol and sugar and skimping on sleep and exercise.  It’s all relative, but I’m not where I want to be right now.


This morning, I asked how YOU get back on track.  Half of you said you like to ease back into your routine and the other half said you throw yourself back into it wholeheartedly.   I gave your comments a lot of consideration, and I think it’s best for me to declare a Back on Track Month:


A major focus of Back on Track Month is reducing my frivolous spending. I also know I need more sleep.   Additionally, I want to stop eating and exercising like I’m on vacation.  I’ve had a major desserts (not treats) 6 out of the last 7 days.  I’ve been slacking on mileage (some due to sickness and other days entirely within my control).


One of the most beneficial aspects about blogging is that it makes me accountable.  I could declare this Back on Track Month to myself, and if I slipped up, no one would be wiser. :)  But I wanted to share this with you because I feel like it’s common to slack on healthy habits during this time of the year.  I bet a lot of you can relate!


Also, I think it’s important for me to acknowledge that it is not always easy to lead a healthy lifestyle.  There is no “finish line.”  I struggle, too.


Goals for Back on Track Month:


  • Hit all Marathon Training and Strength Training goals
  • Aim for 8 hours of sleep a night and be awake by 6:30 AM
  • No alcohol except for special occasions
  • Major desserts are for special occasions only
  • Aim to eat out 1 night per week maximum (my bank account is rapidly dwindling now that I’m unemployed self employed)


I think it’s KEY to set goals that are tangible, realistic, and achievable.  My personal motto is “don’t set yourself up to fail.”


I have my Back on Track goals posted on my bulletin board so I can read it during the day whenever I feel like slacking.  I respond well to visual cues!


I feel better already!  🙂


Here are my afternoon and evening eats.  I had ANOTHER Glo Bar while working:


And the Husband was in charge of dinner.  He made me a veggie burger with green beans:



And my post-dinner snack was a bowl of grapes:


Off to bed I go!  Must get in bed by 10:30 to meet my Back on Track goals. 🙂



  • Evan Thomas October 26, 2009, 8:25 pm

    Good luck with your goals! I think writing them out is great. Just make sure that cutting back on desserts won’t mean cutting back on fuel! If you’re going to be upping your work regiment you need to be eating properly

  • Jessica @ How Sweet It Is October 26, 2009, 8:27 pm

    Great job on getting it together before the day is even over. So many ‘start’ again Monday.

  • brandi October 26, 2009, 8:27 pm

    I think Back on Track month sounds like a great goal and one that is doable and will be fun once it gets rolling.

    Good for you for knowing that having plans and schedules are what you thrive on – having plans set out like this is always helpful to me, too. I like having tangible goals to reach for – that means I get to cross something off the list 🙂

  • Sara October 26, 2009, 8:28 pm

    I think Back on Track month is awesome! You made great goals that are very attainable! Good luck I know you will succeed in reaching every one!

  • Jessica October 26, 2009, 8:31 pm

    you can do it.
    I almost ran a mile today…..and I was proud of me

    • Anne P October 26, 2009, 8:50 pm

      I am proud of you too 🙂

      • Caitlin October 26, 2009, 9:05 pm

        i’m proud too!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Teacherwoman October 26, 2009, 8:36 pm

    Sounds great. I think I could use some “getting back on track” myself… maybe that will be my goal for the month of November!

  • Britt (Runnerbelle) October 26, 2009, 8:36 pm

    Good for you for writing it down!

    It is easy not to hold yourself to it if its not written down…. at least that is what I have found. I think in some ways that is why I stay committed more to my marathon training than anything else…. cause it is WRITTEN down.

  • Amanda October 26, 2009, 8:36 pm

    Your plan looks like a really great way to feel better all around!! I honestly think that getting enough sleep really allows everything else to fall into place. For me, it cuts out unnecessary nighttime eating, keeps me from going to the bar with friends on weeknights, allows me to make healthy eating/exercise choices, and I just function better!! You’re a great inspiration!

  • Kristen @ October 26, 2009, 8:38 pm

    Way to go, Caitlin. Committing to a plan is half the battle. You can do it!

  • Lauren October 26, 2009, 8:38 pm

    Way to get so focused girl! Sometimes, it helps to write it all out and just seeing it in front of you will truly provide the motivation and inspiration you need. No matter what, you should ultimately be doing these goals because you want to feel better and it seems that this is your exact reason, which is awesome! I LOVE that you make realistic goals by saying “MAJOR desserts for special occasions” and “Eat out once a week.” It’s so unreasonable and just plain awful to make such harsh restrictions in our lives. Dessert is great and we should be able to enjoy it every now and then and going out to eat is also fun and great and should be done on occasion. Enjoy life but at the same time, enjoy it wisely! 🙂

    Great way to start the month Caitlin!

    • Caitlin October 26, 2009, 9:04 pm

      i agree – don’t set yourself up to fail!

  • Niki (Running In Pink) October 26, 2009, 8:39 pm

    Good luck on getting back on track! I think it’s a sure sign of your healthy lifestyle that you are able to recognize when you made a “boo-boo” and take smart steps to get back in focus. We’ll be watching you!! Hehe. 🙂

  • Kate October 26, 2009, 8:44 pm

    I started to get “back to normal” today too. I have been eating too many sweets and not enough exercise. I missed an entire week of exercise! well, i ran one day, but that its. I was sleeping in and feeling awful! I feel better already.

  • Allison R. October 26, 2009, 8:44 pm

    It’s funny that you have started a “back on track” program today because so have I! These past 2 weeks have been BAD…like really bad haha. But there is nothing I can do about the past, I can only change the future! Today I have had many nutrious eats and did a super-sweaty hour-long spin class 🙂 Good luck!

  • Kathleen October 26, 2009, 8:48 pm

    Congratulations on getting back on track! Honestly, I would have been disappointed if I didn’t know that all healthy living bloggers are human and make mistakes and slipups once in a while because it gives me hope! I think you’re courageous for admitting that you haven’t been feeling on track, addressing it and then working on a plan to get back on the right path :)Keep it up! You’re amazing!

  • Anne P October 26, 2009, 8:51 pm

    you can do ittttttttt!!!! 🙂 concrete goals always help!

  • Erin October 26, 2009, 8:53 pm

    This is a good time of year to make that resolution, too, with Thanksgiving and Christmas coming. I’m going to renew my goals along with you. 🙂

  • Estela @ Weekly Bite October 26, 2009, 8:54 pm

    Setting goals is a great way to get back on track!

  • Julie October 26, 2009, 9:01 pm

    Back on track month sounds great. I think I’ll follow along with you. I haven’t fallen off on my cardio but my strength training is practically non-existant and I’ve been eating surgary sweets like it’s going out of style. I’m not going to totally restrict myself because I know myself well enough to know that restrctions = binges. I just need to moderate and reel it in when I’m getting out of control.

    My jaw dropped when I read about the butt! I was shocked! Were you ever a smoker?

    • Caitlin October 26, 2009, 9:04 pm

      socially (like a cig a party) in college for a few years. gahhh i know!

  • Lynne October 26, 2009, 9:07 pm

    A back on track month is definitely what I need, as my healthy habits, resolve, and commitment has been wavering. It’s actually somewhat nice to know that others struggle as well, and we are not perfect all of the time. Thanks for this post and for being brutally honest.

  • Allison October 26, 2009, 9:10 pm

    Just wanted to say thanks for being honest and admitting to the puff. I’m sure it’s tough to put yourself out there like that and I think It’s nice to see that everyone slips up even beautiful, motivated, marathon training food bloggers. It’s easy for us readers to only see the good stuff you write about and then crucify ourselves for not living that same ‘perfect’ life (I know you’re not perfect and no one should compare themselves to others and blah blah blah …but lets be honest… it’s SO easy to do). So thanks : ) I think you’re great and I love your blog!

    • Caitlin October 26, 2009, 9:12 pm

      thank you sooooo much. i deleted and added back that sentence like twenty times, and then i decided that i would rather share it than hide it.

  • Joy October 26, 2009, 9:10 pm

    good for you! i just wanted to say i admire that you admitted the cigarette. so many healthy people are in your face saying “omg i walked by someone smoking and almost threw up”. come on! Yes, of course they are gross and so unhealthy, but for a lot of people they are a weakness and a lot of people have smoked in the past, we are all human! You obviously will get back on track 🙂

    • Caitlin October 26, 2009, 9:12 pm

      thank you, too.

  • Paige @ Running Around Normal October 26, 2009, 9:14 pm

    Your goals sound fabulous! That’s cool you admitted to smoking a cigarette on here. You have so many readers, so the chance of someone being all high and mighty are pretty high.
    And hi, Caitlin’s husband, can you make ME a veggie burger? Looks awesome.

  • Laura @ Finding A Healthy Balance...after a 100+ POUND weight loss! October 26, 2009, 9:15 pm

    I am so with you girl! I am the EXACT same way, I have been making “lists” since I was a kid. In highschool, I used to make a a schedule for studying, what teenager do you know that does that. It made me feel more in control of my life and busy schedule. Without it I felt lost. It is the same for me today. Almost everything I do is planned out or scheduled in some way…….from my grocery list, to my weekly dinner meals, to my 10K training program, to my daughters schedule and of course work (got to love Outlook Calendar). I still do To Do Lists but not as much as they were controlling my life way to much and I find I was constantly right and re-writing them and not doing what was on them. I know just do them for special things, like birthday party plans and holiday shopping, etc. =)

  • Tracy October 26, 2009, 9:15 pm

    I think writing it down makes me feel better already too! Good job. I admire your dedication to health!

  • Matt October 26, 2009, 9:18 pm

    Don’t be so hard on yourself. We all get off track at some point. It happens to me all the time. Just dust yourself off and get back up.

  • chandra h October 26, 2009, 9:21 pm

    just wanna add in too that a few puffs of a cigarette is definitely nothing to crucify anyone over! 😛 like allison just said a few posts above, it’s easy for us readers to crucify OURSELVES for not leading a total healthy-lifestyle-blog life all of the time if the only thing we read in healthy lifestyle blogs are perfect healthy lifestyles. errr, which is like, not possible all the time for anyone. so thanks for being so awesomely well rounded in your blog 😉

    &… kudos for pulling yourself up by the boot straps a bit and getting back on track! i was feeling kinda blah tonight, and this post about being goal oriented and not setting yourself up to fail was exactly what i needed to read. thank you & good luck!

  • Liz October 26, 2009, 9:34 pm

    I think it’s very cool of you to share your back on track goals with us. I bet you’ve inspired tons of people to get back on track themselves… *ahem* like me. Very true that there is no finish line to living healthy. It’s an ongoing process that has ups and downs. Good luck on getting back up! I’ll be rooting for you!

  • Jenna October 26, 2009, 9:42 pm

    i love how you have back on track goals, they are great!
    that veggie burger looks great btw!

  • Leslie October 26, 2009, 9:46 pm

    It makes me feel good that you guys flub up too. I think admitting mistakes makes your blog much more human and relatable. Don’t beat yourself up. Some of us have been off track for years. Two weeks is nothing. You’ll be right back to your healthy self in no time. And for the cigarette, I used to be a smoker. I know temptation, especially when alcohol is involved. I have been sober for only a short time, but I feel like my decisions are so much more purposeful without it. We all make mistakes.

  • Rosey Rebecca October 26, 2009, 9:48 pm

    I’m so glad that you need a back on track month because I’m definitely in need of one too! Glad I’m not the only one who falls off track once in a while! 🙂

  • Mary @ Fit this girl October 26, 2009, 9:49 pm

    I am agreeing with everyone who has chimed in and said that you were brave and shared that you took a few hits on the cig!! So many wouldn’t admit that and you know what? It helps everyone else see that it is a journey, and sometimes we need to start over, not all over, but just reset!! Great post!! I am a HUGE fan of lists and goals so it is always good to write down what we are aiming for. Thanks Caitlin!

  • Wendy October 26, 2009, 9:59 pm

    What a great idea! I love how you wrote down both your goals and the attainable “actions” to achieve them. I should really do something this, except it would be more “Get on Track” than “Back on Track”.

    I also think it’s great to see a healthy/balanced living blogger admit to needing a Back on Track Month. It makes you seem very human and relatable!

  • Brie (The Fit Bride) October 26, 2009, 10:05 pm

    Love “to do” lists. I keep a running one at work every day and it’s so satisfying to cross things off!

  • Lizzy October 26, 2009, 10:13 pm

    this “back on track month” is so inspirational. I love that you have written out all your goals and showed us, because its so true, this time of the year its easy to overindulge just a little too much. I’m a visual person as well and seeing my goals right in front of me works as well! thanks for being so honest for us! 🙂

  • maria October 26, 2009, 10:30 pm

    I totally feel you on this one! 🙂 I’m there with you.

  • Katie - Life Discombobulated October 26, 2009, 10:34 pm

    Thanks for being so honest and upfront about your struggles and your goals! It really makes a difference to hear that others struggle sometimes, too, and it’s inspiring to know that you’re so motivated to do what it takes to feel happy and healthy. I’m a goal-maker and list-writer myself, so when I saw this post, I was super excited to read! : ) Keep up the good work and positive attitude!

  • Joelle (The Pancake Girl) October 26, 2009, 10:40 pm

    I really enjoyed reading about your getting back on track goals.. I am very purpose driven as well so I understand where you’re coming from here. The important and positive thing overall is that you recognize that you’re not happy with however you’re living your life the past couple of weeks and you’re doing something about it! That’s a great thing girl!

  • Jenny Eastwood@ JennyLikesToRun, On a mission to run a marathon to fundraise for The Breast Cancer Foundation October 26, 2009, 10:45 pm

    I love this idea! I think I’ll join you actually, the last two weeks, I’ve been a little slack. with my eating and exercise. I’ve been stretching the boundaries of what I can eat because I run. I’ve been overindulging in chocolates and biscuits and not running enough because I hurt my hip a couple of weeks back. Also I do almost NO strength training at all, so for me too, it’s time to haul ass and reset my priorities.
    I’ll be writing a Back On Track list too!

  • Jolene ( October 26, 2009, 10:49 pm

    Good for you for realizing when you need to get back on track! I didn’t even notice that you had been having more desserts than usual – I must not be very observant!

    I thrive on plans too, and I need to start making some! I have been slacking in the exercise department like crazy!

  • Deva (Voracious Vorilee) October 26, 2009, 11:10 pm

    I think it’s great to see your honesty here – I love that you were honest about everything from the alcohol to the puffs on a cig, I admire your honesty and commitment, and think that a get back on track month is a great idea. Your goals are attainable and awesome 🙂

  • Diana (Mymarblerye) October 26, 2009, 11:31 pm

    Caitlin! Just started reading your blog! LOVE your message of “healthy” weight and not always thinking “thin”. I can totally relate to being thrown off course. When one vacation leads to having guests stay over leads to another vacation it can get out of control! I think we all need to breathe and just start all over again the next day! Good luck!

  • Susan October 26, 2009, 11:33 pm

    “I want to stop eating and exercising like I’m on vacation”

    This is my biggest problem with staying on track! I like to let loose a little when I’m on vacay, but it seems like I often come home and keep up those vacation habits. I went on a trip two weeks ago and feel like enough is enough already! Starting now by hitting submit and going to bed 😉

    • Deb (SmoothieGirlEatsToo) October 27, 2009, 1:21 am

      Spooky Susan- I just wrote a post that will be out by the end of the week about that same thing- staying on vacay after vacay is over. Too many desserts, alcohol- same stuff that’s on Caitlin’s list! I was going to say maybe there’s some weird cosmic blogosphere force going on and we all need to just get back on track together!!

  • Lu October 26, 2009, 11:33 pm

    Good luck with your very tangible goals. I’m sure you’ll succeed.

  • Kate October 26, 2009, 11:34 pm

    I really appreciate your honesty here! For me at least, it can be hard to admit to myself, much less the blog world, when I’ve fallen off the wagon. Good luck getting back on track 🙂

  • Christy October 26, 2009, 11:35 pm

    Nice goals! I’m the same type of girl, if there’s no goals I feel lost & unsuccessful, in a way! I like how you hung up the paper… a good way to stay on track!

  • Molly @vegandorm October 26, 2009, 11:45 pm

    I’m doing the same thing…working on portion control and budget eating.

  • Tracy October 27, 2009, 12:11 am

    Caitlin, I totally needed this right now!!! I am so doing the same. Declare November “Back on Track Month” please!!! 🙂

  • BroccoliHut October 27, 2009, 12:13 am

    Gotta say, when I am trying to get back on track, the mere act of making a list makes me feel so much better!

  • Deb (SmoothieGirlEatsToo) October 27, 2009, 1:24 am

    I’m glad you did this because I have been in a too-much-enjoyment stage as well. And the holidays are coming up- with more temptations to come!! Sounds like lots of us are in the same boat!

  • Juicy Jessy October 27, 2009, 2:10 am

    I’m totally with you! It’s a good idea, I’ll write some of my own new goals down!

  • Lara (Thinspired) October 27, 2009, 3:03 am

    I sooo need a Back on Track Month! I am very inspired by your list. I think November is going to be a busy month for a lot of people, but sometimes business actually allows for more structure and better habits! I’m going to make my list tonight!
    Thanks, Caitlin 🙂

  • Diana October 27, 2009, 3:59 am

    That’s pretty awesome. I definitely think it’s a great idea to have goals and wanting to change things for the better. Good luck with it, I’m sure you’ll do great 😉

  • Jac October 27, 2009, 4:52 am

    so great to have goals though it’s not resolution time! Good luck with it!!

  • michelle October 27, 2009, 5:08 am

    I’m a teacher and a principal shared this with the faculty one day, “Remember, each day is a NEW DAY. Don’t carry ill feelings over from the day before or frustrations that you felt the day before. We all like to have the opportunity to start over.”

    It’s changed my attitude. 🙂

  • Stacey October 27, 2009, 6:14 am

    I think it’s great that you are holding yourself accountable! And trying to fix it 🙂 Good luck with your goals!!

  • Ashley October 27, 2009, 7:31 am

    this back on track month sounds perfect. i’ve been feeling extra blah lately too and need to make small changes to make me feel healthier and happier! Thanks for stirring this up, i’m excited to get back into the swing of things.

  • Mica October 27, 2009, 7:37 am

    Man, this post came at just the right time because I need to get back on track this month too. Woohoo!

  • Meg C. October 27, 2009, 7:59 am

    Caitlin – Don’t be too hard on yourself. You just had a MAJOR life change (going from full time work to being a full time writer) and these adjustments are hard to make while keeping everything else in your life the same. I’m sure you will figure out how to adjust your habits, but it does take time!

  • Kristine October 27, 2009, 8:35 am

    Don’t be so hard on yourself! You are amazing and such an inspiration. Look at how many miles you DID run last week! That is more than most people can say! 🙂

  • Madelin @ What is for breakfast? October 27, 2009, 8:43 am

    It is great that you are honest and sharing this :), thank you! Good luck with your back on track month – great idea! I love to-do lists as well ;).

  • Mary October 27, 2009, 8:58 am

    thanks for honesty! struggling w/too much fun over here myself (wine and not enough running!) Rather than beat myself up, I need a Back on Track Month myself. I really appreciate that you put the ciggie sentence in too. I’m a former social smoker so I know that temptation….

  • Jessica October 27, 2009, 9:11 am

    I’ve been slacking lately too- not enough work outs and too much junk food! I think it’s the weather. Here in NC fall has kicked in and when that happens I just want to curl up on my couch, watch TV and eat! I think I’m going to join you for Back on Track Month- maybe even Pile on the Miles! I’m glad you “confessed”- now I don’t feel like such a slacker!

  • Sarah @ See Sarah Eat October 27, 2009, 9:25 am

    I love list-making too! I saw your list on Twitter yesterday and that whole morning I had been playing some of those same things through my head. Seeing your list helped keep me from getting discouraged, just knowing that somewhere, someone else is going through the same “patch” I am. Thanks!

  • Nicole (dishin') October 27, 2009, 10:05 am

    Great list! I’m with you on needing to get back on track. Lists are my friend, too!

  • Carolyn October 27, 2009, 10:12 am

    Good for you for getting back on track. You cahn doo eet! 😉 P.S. I’m giving away a breast cancer awareness Ipod Nano armband case on my blog:

  • Whit October 27, 2009, 10:24 am

    I love this! I am in serious need of getting back on track myself. Thank YOU for posting this.

  • Kristy October 27, 2009, 10:41 am

    This post brought a special smile to my face, your personality seems to be similar to mine (goal oriented) I give you props for being honest with yourself (& us) and working towards improving! Your little outline made me feel better about some of my “crazy” spreadsheets, thank you 

  • kilax October 27, 2009, 11:36 am

    Thanks for being honest with us. That is why I like you so much as a blogger. And, it’s OKAY to slip up. You really have a lot on your plate. All that you do is inpsiring 🙂

  • Ali @ Food, Fitness, Fashion October 27, 2009, 12:13 pm

    That is great! I think I will join you in making a back on track month. After Sunday’s booze fest and my obsession with chocolate lately, I could use some new goals!!! 🙂

  • Brenna October 27, 2009, 12:15 pm

    Your “Back on Track” goals are helping me get motivated! I was sick last week as well and all my healthy habits and routines just seemed to go right out the window. This week has been a struggle to get back into the groove I know and love. So it’s time to set some goals- thanks for the motivation and great ideas- I know we can both do it and we’ll be feeling better in no time!

  • MelissaNibbles October 27, 2009, 1:12 pm

    I’m a few days behind, but still wanted to comment. I admire you for putting your real self out there. I know it’s tough and you must’ve been nervous about some of the Negative Nellies out there. You’re a true inspiration to all your readers. Good luck getting back on track!

  • Megan October 27, 2009, 2:02 pm

    I totally agree with the visual clues!! I printed up a calendar for all the months of my marathon training (including strengh training, cross training, yoga etc.) I hung it on my bulletin board at work and cross off the workout when I get to work. If I miss one, I circle it in red instead of crossing it out in blue. It’s worked like a charm!!!

  • ubigb October 27, 2009, 4:18 pm

    i’m a social smoker! any tips on how to stop??? it’s definitely related to alcohol, but i refuse to stop drinking. Is there any other way?

    • Caitlin October 27, 2009, 4:23 pm

      i wasnt a real social smoker in that i think i only bought my own packs twice?

      if you don’t want to stop going out, can you go places where you cannot smoke? don’t buy cigs and tell your friends NOT to loan you cigs. i think its just a matter of making the decision and sticking to it. although you dont have to give up the booze entirely, maybe just cut down until you have it under control. i.e. you can make better decisions with one beer in you than four. 🙂

  • Meagan November 2, 2009, 9:58 am

    I love this idea… with Thanksgiving and Christmas quickly approaching, I think it’s important to, as “healthy” food bolggers demonstrate a truely healthful way of life. Good luck!!

  • Jess November 2, 2009, 10:38 am

    Yeah, I shot myself in the foot doing just that with my 30 days of running. *sigh* But, the good thing is, if you slip, you fess up and get back on track! 🙂 I think my goal will be changed to not necessarily 30 days of running, but maybe 30 miles in 30 days – that way, if I need a break, I can take it.

    Good luck!

  • Alexa September 1, 2010, 8:58 pm

    I’m really glad that I stumbled across this old post. I’m in the process of starting up my own blog…not exactly healthy living, but that will certainly be a part of it.

    Thing is, I have been afraid of how honest one has to be in a blog. I am a smoker. I haven’t been able to kick it completely yet. I’m getting better. Sometimes I don’t have any at all. It’s work and drinking that do it to me. Something about alcohol or being packed in a workplace where everyone is a smoker and unhappy. Just makes me crack. Maybe only 1 or 2 a day…but it’s 1 or 2 a day too many!

    At any rate, I just keep thinking, “How can I start a blog that talks about efforts to be healthier when I’m still doing this? What if someone finds out?!” After reading your admission that you had a couple of puffs, it sort of brought me back down to earth. We’re all human, we all make mistakes and have stupid hang ups. I will kick the habit eventually, but for now, it’s just something I’m struggling with. I’m not a bad person or a fraud. I’m exactly what I declare myself to be: A work in progress.

    Thanks for your honesty…and an awesome blog! I hope when mine is set up completely, you’ll stop by! 😉

    • Caitlin September 1, 2010, 9:15 pm

      I think the successful ones are the ones in which the blogger is honest. So be YOU! You are awesome. 🙂

      • Alexa September 1, 2010, 9:21 pm

        Heh. Thanks. It’s like an Operation Beautiful note in a comment! 😀

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