Keeping up with the exercises! Whoot! I just finished day 4 of level 2 work out and I gotta say, it's not easy. My legs, especially my thighs, and shoulders are starting to hurt and not in a good way. My shoulders are oddly stiff when I do the cardio portions and I don't think that's a good burn or not.. But the most important thing is that I'm keeping at it! I am proud of me! This is the longest I've stuck to a workout regiment since I was 10 years-old, and even that wasn't much of a regiment. The other thing about this workout is I don't have any idea how much weight I've actually lost either since I haven't gotten a scale yet
I do believe I am down to maybe 12 lbs lighter? Maybe.. Here's hoping haha! That isn't the only good thing to come my way this New Year either! Good things are happening around work, for me anyway, and soon our car problems won't be much of a problem anymore! Yay!!
Well I don't have much of a rant today. I do, however, wish to close with a question. If the ACA is supposed to be so fricking wonderful and is meant to help those that don't have health insurance, why are they going to penalize those who still don't have health insurance? I mean, just because something says it's affordable, without a really good explanation, people still won't want any part of it. Especially when those that are forcing us to partake can't even figure out what they're doing in the first place.
Just something that's been on my mind. I just don't like to see bad things happen to people who don't deserve it. I think a good analogy of what the Policy Makers reminds me of is an older sibling pushing their "You have to do what I say 'cause I'm older and if you don't then I'm going to beat you up!" belief. Yeah!
ACA policy implementers = Older Sibling
ACA policy = Sibling's rules when no one's looking.
That is all for this week.