Roz! This is one of the reasons we relate so well to one another. We are both perfectionist-type people who want to be super productive and do it all every day, day in and day out. I am constantly having to remember to rein myself in, and some days are better than others. I think today is one of the better days. DD is now and will be in her PJ's all day! We didn't have any place in particular to go today and I had a horrible night's sleep, so we just did the regular grooming but she's still in her "jam jams." I was raised to view this as lazy, but I'm 34 weeks pregnant and just don't care today! (Now, talk to me tomorrow when I'm obsessed over getting her dolled up, hair done, etc...like I said, it's a work in progress.) Just know that I think you are amazing and even if all you do in any given day is give your precious DD a little extra lovin', then it's been a day well lived!Yeah, I definitely slowed down towards the end of my pregnancy. Perhaps not as much as I should have, though... sigh. I tend to put a lot of pressure on myself to do things, even when I shouldn't and when no one else is putting pressure on me.
YES! Love these ideas. Picture me vigorously scribbling your suggestions down. I feel so encouraged by your reminder that there are so many things I can still do. And I am totally thinking Senior Fit Live. Why not? Not every workout has to be HiiT. I'm also going to check out my local library for any pregnancy workout videos I can find. Those tend to be very very gentle (but I agree that it would be a waste to buy anymore at this point for this pregnancy!).Wow, great job knocking out Strong UB Live despite your seriously annoying situation (I know it's your leg, but still...). Hmmm... could you do boxing cardio with 1 lb weights and just nix any lower body stuff? There are some goodie boxing lives. And RK cardio + gloves and HS cardio only.
Also, maybe you could take this opportunity to check out Senior Fit Live? I think the thumbnail photo is medicine ball in chair so... could be fun to check out! Is KCM's TLC LB-heavy? Maybe try that free month of Udaya and start with the prenatal stuff? If you lived nearby, I'd lend you my TA prenatal DVDs. They're not worth buying at this point, but if you see them at a library, they have some good mat work, and the light UB work gives a really nice stretch to those tight pregnancy spots in the back and shoulders. Or so I found.
Big hugs and healing thoughts and prayers to you!