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Love hate relationship with the gym.
Like you said, toned beautiful people make it just a little hard there.
Major reasons are $$ and time. Hate spending the money on it and my schedule never allows for anything consistent.
Everyone there is on a program on point knowing what they came there for, but I'm just there wandering around maintaining what I got.
I stick to the track and the gym at my work lol
UBAwesomeness Casper: I still live. I have never seen a willy Wonka but know it from the simpsons/futurama. You have multiple jobs? you are so industrious, good for you :) but do you work hard or hardly work?
You going to the gym, well, at least paying for it and going once every 2 months seems like a waste of cash. Can't you use your brothers gym and the back yard to work out? I have my own home gym so I don't go out for that. Anyways, I remember you from 10 years ago and you are staying beautiful, with the perfect body, great job (I like when people pay me compliments about my body so please don't think I am hitting on you). I work out as much as possible and I know how hard it is to stay fit with a perfect body :)… I need to go workout right now..
Good luck with the last of the classes and don't grammar police the rest of us too much. Stay healthy and happy.
definitely didn't officially sign up and start paying for it until about two weeks ago, so no money has been wasted :) I like it a lot so I'm for sure going several times a week.
That's so rad you have your own home gym! I want one of those one day :D
And thank you so much!! <3
I've been to a gym twice with female friends and it's ok. The only downsides to the gym are not really being able to do my workout routine like I do at home and not knowing how most of the equipment works as I had to rely on my friends to show me. Side note, when I went to the gym, a lot of the guys there gave me mean looks. It then dawned on me that it was probably because my friends are very pretty and those guys were jealous 😂 I enjoyed this video and wish I could go to the gym with you too 😊
I have been kind of deterred from seeing the remake of Chocolate Factory so I guess I need an incentive to see it.
I usually make my coffee super dark and load tons of creamer just so I can make it an iced coffee.
Gym time is fun time. For me. I hope you can make it enjoyable for yourself as well.
The OG Willy Wonka, ofc, not even a competition! Glad to see you again, it's been a minute! Did you know they are making a sequel to The Labyrinth? I just read something about that, figure I'd pass it on! Every Jim I have met has been ok, so I'm not hating on Jim's! Well maybe Gem and the Holograms deserves the hate! Don't disappear for so long again, quit your jobs if you have to! ;) Vlogging is more important! Take care Britt!
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