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DST ends; Sunday plans; Cutting starts tomorrow.

Sunday, November 4, 2007 by  
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November
4
2007

I forgot that daylight savings time ended today, and so did the dogs: they woke me up at 5:00 AM sharp for their breakfast. I may not even try to adjust to the new time and will continue getting up at 5:00 AM. It’s nice having an “extra” hour in the morning.

I’ve spent the last couple of days enjoying a somewhat relaxed diet, and a few of my favorite drinks (Grey Goose on the rocks) in the evenings. Lisa and I are still basking in the warm afterglow of selling our house. We’d mentally prepared ourselves for the very real possibility that the house would not sell, but it’s finally starting to sink in that we’ve done it and we’ll be moving into our new home in a few short weeks! The builders are in crunch mode and are working through the weekends to ensure a 2007 closing date. I’ll be making updates to my new home construction journal (an upgraded forum membership is required) nearly every day from now until after we move. The completion of our new home and the subsequent move will take center stage in our lives for the next couple of months. It’s been a wild ride so far, so it’s nice that we can finally relax and enjoy the rest of the process.

It’s another beautiful day here in Orlando: cloudless blue skies, a crisp 60 degrees and a gentle breeze. This is my idea of “perfect” weather. Lisa and I are going to head over to the new home and then later today we’re going to open the house up and get some more packing done.

Tomorrow I’ll begin my informal cutting phase. I’m going to eat 100% clean, natural foods, do cardio 3 times per week and lift weights 3 times per week. I’ll be doing a mix of HIIT and LISS cardio. My diet will look a lot like the diet I was using during my last cutting phase: lots of chicken breasts, eye of round steak, cod, broccoli, egg whites, oats, brown rice and yams. I’m right around 10% body fat right now, and my aim is to simply drop back down to the 7%-8% range. It should only take me around 4-6 weeks to do so.

Thanks for stopping by – have a wonderful day!

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