Saturday, 7 March 2015

#FitReaders: Weekly Check-In March 6 2015 and DNFS


Sat, 1.15 h walk
Sun, 2.15 h walk
Mon, 6 km bike, 45 zumba toning, 30 min walk
Tue, 4 km bike, 1 hour yoga, 1,5 h walk
Wed, 4 km bike, 30 min walk
Thu, 8 km bike, 1 hour zumba
Fri, 30 min walk + 30, 4 km bike
Sat, 1 hour walk

Good week, got over 10 000 steps each day, well except for today but "new week" so ;)

Sunday's walk

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DNF time
Yes again, they do not end up in order on my dnf shelf so found a bunch I had not talked about



Steel Lily:
I made it to p 150, but started to skimming and when I get bored >I get bored.

Spiderwork;
No

Doubledating:
Meh, gave up



The inconvenient duchess;
I am sure it would have been a fine ok book so..dnf

Waking up married:
Talking talking talking..bored. Dnf

Captive of sin:
I found myself on page 100, I did not care for the characters and realised I should just give up



24 comments:

  1. So bad. ;) LOL Sometimes I need to throw in the towel, but for some reason if I don't at least finish it (even if I skim to the end) it does not count.

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    1. The hard thing with ebooks is that I just can't skim them so dnf fast instead

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  2. You're doing great with the fitness, nice pics.
    I have Waking up Married on my Nook but have yet to want to pick it up.

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    1. Thanks :)
      Nothing happened for like 80 pages and I was done

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  3. You gotta find the right reads sometimes and no sense staying with a book you don't like especially when there are so many more on the pile waiting. At least not as many DNFs than last week, lol! :)

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Haha, well some are from longer ago. dang that shelf. But when I do dnf I tend to dnf like 4 books in one sitting before I find a good one

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  4. Boo on so many dnfs. Stinks they didn't work for ya. I have Waking Up Married I think.

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    1. I have also learned that ok, I want more so dnf for now

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  5. I haven't read any of your books this time but sorry they weren't for you.

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  6. Wow 10 000 steps every day! Wow!

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  7. Again with the excellence in the workout department! I do 20 minutes/day (IF I can squeeze them in...) and you're doing HOURS - literally, HOURS! So darn intimidating :P I love that you can be so no-nonsense with the books. If you don't care about the characters, you don't care - and that's that! Great stuff. Have a beautiful Sunday, Linda.

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    1. Thank you :D I try my best. If I only could let go of the candy too ;)

      Hehe, but it took years. Before I HAD to finish books, even though I HATED them. And what's the fun in that

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  8. Aw man, 100 pages in. thats rough. hope you find something wonderful to read

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  9. Every day you made it out and even did two exercises! Wow. Way to rock the week. :) Sorry about the DNFs though.

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  10. I so enjoy your DNF posts! They make me smile. I am waiting for the day you DNF something I loved. :-)

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    1. Hihi ;)

      You do? *rubs hands together* I will try my best

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  11. Your DNFs always make me laugh. And I'm so jelly of your walks - they look gorgeous!

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    1. Hihi, thank you :D

      We took one of my fav paths

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