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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Her Morning Routine

Meghann’s and Tina’s posts about their morning routine inspired me to write my own. I have quite a few people send me questions asking me how I get time in to blog,workout,make breakfast and such. So here it is!

5:30 – Alarm, or internal clock goes off.

5:40 – Make Coffee with the French Press

5:45- Catch up on Emails, and Blogs

6:00-Out the door for a run, kickboxing, Jillains DVD or gym.

7:15- Shower

7:20-Make Breakfast

7:30 – Blog watch the Today Show, love me some Matt Laur!

8:00 – Pack Lunch get Dressed(I work with kids so it takes me like 2 seconds to get dressed and throw my hair up).

8:15- Ride bike to bus stop(2.5 miles)

8:30 – Catch bus, Read and Study.

9:20 – Arrive at work, prep for the day

If I don’t work out in the morning, I will teach or take a AKB class at night so this means I try and do yoga in the mornings instead of my normal exercise routine.

This morning I am getting back to Kettle Bell classes at my Gym!!! I used to do Kettle Bell classes regularly, but with the marathon training I didn’t have time. So I have made is a point to schedule in at least one Kettle Bell class a week and then I hope to be able to fit in one more!

The KB class is this morning so I made a light breakfast, Green Monster + 2 pieces of WW Apple Buttered Toast. Sadly this was the last of the Apple Butter, I will have to try and make some more. Has anyone made apple butter before? Do you have a recipe you would like to share?

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Well I am out here, gotta catch the bus, have a beautiful day friends!

21 comments:

Brandi said...

great morning routine!

i think I need a new job that doesn't start at 8 am. I could get so much more done!

Run Sarah said...

Loved reading about your routine - you get a lot in before work! I've never tried making apple butter, I'm curious now!

Rose said...

You ladies are inspiring me to become a morning person!

Pearl said...

ooh bobbi - what does apple butter taste like?

Kelly said...

I am a morning person but you still get a lot more done than me in the morning! Although I'm usually at work by 6:30 so I guess that's the problem. Are you a teacher? I know you work with kids, but I didn't know any schools start that late in the morning :) Lucky!

Missy said...

You get so much done! I need to start waking up earlier! MMM I will also be bringing out my apple butter when I get home.

happinessawaits said...

I recognize that mug...I have the exact same mug but mine says Austin. Starbucks, right? I absolutely love the size of it.

Happiness Awaits

Paige said...

Yes, I've made apple butter! It's time consuming, but not difficult at all. Here's the recipe I used:
http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/000125.html

Runeatrepeat said...

I'm totally a morning person too. I've never made apple butter.

Courtney said...

Southern Plate has an awesome recipe for apple butter. It's so easy. Check it out!

http://www.southernplate.com/2008/07/crock-pot-apple-butter.html

Danielle said...

I've loved reading these morning routines, I currently don't have time to do much in the morning but next friday I leave for vacation and once I come back I want to start getting up and working out bright and early.

Lauren @ Team Giles said...

Great routine! I wish I was a morning person, I cannot bring myself to get up. You're so good!

Melissa @ For the Love of Health said...

I love your structured morning routine! :-) I am definitely a fan of structure.
I wish I was a morning person so I could do my workouts then but sadly I am not and have to wait until 5pm to get my sweat on!

monicac2 said...

You're up so early. I would love to get up earlier, but I'm always so tired. What time do you go to bed?

Lauren said...

That cafe looks adorable. I will try to remember it when I am in NY next.

Your morning routine sounds great. I love my routine too and can't imagine going a day without it. I would be lost.

I love apple butter but I don't have a good recipe. I usually buy mine from a local amish market that make the very best fruit butters. They are practially still warm when you buy them because its that fresh and delcious.

Next time I am there, I will try to remember to pick you up a jar of the apple and send it to you. You have to try this!

Hope you had a grea day.

Erin of Care to Eat said...

I really love reading the morning routines! Lots of early birds! :) Does your hub get up with you? I get up early and it's funny because my the time Rob is up I feel like I've taken on the world. :)
I love your green monster. They're so nice and refreshing!

ttfn300 said...

hehe, i love me some matt lauer too :)

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Red Head, Yellow Dog said...

I love love love apple butter! I don't have a specific recipe (I just looked at a few on allrecipes.com) but it couldn't be easier if you have a crock pot. Just slice up a bunch of apples (or put them in the food processor if you want a smoother consistency) and put them in your crock pot with cinnamon, all spice and sugar if you want (though I don't think it's necessary!) I've just left it on low all night. You just have to make sure there are enough apples so it doesn't burn!!

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