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Sometimes Balance Just Isn't Possible .....

Saturday, February 27, 2010

I am happy to see from my last blog entry I had had enough sense to stop work and go home to get in some exercise. Unfortunately, from then until now, I have averaged only 3x per week to get in exercise because work has been so hectic. Working 7 days per week for 12 to 15 hours per day is not a recipe for feeling motivated to exercise - I have been lucky to keep up with chores that need doing at home during this period. I have been on track with eating, though, all during this time. Year-end work at my company is finished now and I am hopeful that balance will be easier to attain for a while. I feel better when I exercise regularly, but sometimes you can't have everything.
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    Congrats on your good eating during a time of pressure and stress. Very wise. Now you can get in the exercise and achieve some balance as you intend. Very good plan. Take care, Marsha
    2945 days ago
    Well done on being on track with the eating, that's not always easy when you are busy, so congratulations.
    If you are exercising three times a week you are still doing what is good for you, plus you are keeping the house up to date. Woman, you are emoticon .

    Now it is time for some YOU time, enjoy.
    2945 days ago
    I had a room mate in purchasing and at the end of the fiscal year, she was a maniac! I'm glad the craziness is over at work so that you can make time for yourself. Big sigh of relief!
    2945 days ago
    Glad the crunch is over. It's going to feel MUCH better to get back to your routine finally. Savor it!
    p.s. Love your studious dog!

    2945 days ago
    It sounds like you need to put yourself and your health first for a while! Good luck.
    2945 days ago
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