And may even try this....(**YIKES**)
I like the work-out with the baby because it's interactive. Especially when you don't have much time to defer from taking care of the baby. I feel like I'm exercising AND getting to play with and stimulate my lil one. And he benefits from it, too. He gets some yoga and massage!
I also got some nice feedback about Jillian Michaels' 30 Day Shred from a couple of friends. Heard it's only 20 minutes long. And that Jillian is effective, a no-nonsense trainer, who's fairly likeable. That the work-outs are HARD! That they will whip me into shape!!
Then, I keep hearing about P90X. That it is a great work-out, varies from day to day (so you don't get bored and your body gets challenged), and most importantly, it works. But it is also intimidating! And that even athletes have a difficult time.
I keep thinking I want fast results what with a big party coming up in September. But I've done the fast weight-loss and exercise routine...these never last unless I keep it up. Still, I'm very intrigued about the 30 Day Shred (which I will probably purchase) and P90X (which I will soon get to try it out courtesy of one of my BFFs). Wish me luck....and lots of energy!! -------------------------------------------
So I made this card using Wild Sprouts Bree. She is so cute, with her messenger bag and her hat, ready to deliver a letter! Used mostly scraps- Bazzill for the cardstock, some Scenic Road, Prima for the flowers, and Maya Road for the Rub-On. The polka dotted paper is unknown.
I love these and the Anya / Ian stamps! They are having a Gardener DT call. And Club Anya is having a Team Anya DT call. I have always wanted to be a designer, either for a scrapbooking kit or a stamping blog/company. But I think I am not meant to join these ones (not that I am saying I would surely be a shoe in). With a newborn and a full time job scheduled to resume in a month and a half, my schedule will even be more hectic. Am pretty sure I won't be able to keep up the committment.
I will be ecstatic, however, if Amy makes it. Out of the non-designers, I think her cards and coloring are the best.