verb ( coveted , coveting ) [ trans. ]
yearn to possess or have (something) : the president-elect covets time for exercise and fishing | [as adj. ] ( coveted) he won the coveted Booker Prize for fiction.
– Apple Dictionary.
Is it bad that I want these abs?
Any guesses as to whose abs they are? I’ll give you a hint… I used to have a girl-crush on her.
To get those abs (I’m a lady of action, after all!) I am:
- Doing daily crunches (maybe I’ll do a video of my 5-minute routine this week)
- (trying to do) 30 minutes of actual working out each day (via ExerciseTV and Netflix – click for my recs). I love walking but it’s not great for getting cut.
- (trying to) eat cleanly. I eat cleanly most of the time, but last week and the week before I was going a little nuts on the sugar. My skin let me know. It freaks out when I have an abundance of sweets so it’s very obvious when it’s time to cut back.
I also covet this bedroom. Oh my, how I wish I had this bedroom!
(Psst – have you joined Pinterest yet?)
And I also covet seaweed. Luckily I can and do have it all the time.
I do not covet my neighbor’s wife. Or my neighbor’s anything, for that matter! I don’t really know my neighbors even though I live in such close proximity to them.