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Took the Freeway Out of Town

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Got a little busy last week, and it's not getting any better for about two weeks. Of course, I'm going to be on vacation for a week of that, which is the main busy issue. Too bad vacation causes lots of other issues. Fortunately, it's fun!

So, the short story: I'll be visiting my sister in San Francisco. We plan to cook more than eat out, walk everywhere, and go running. However, we also plan to enjoy ourselves inbetween, so I'm hoping for a balance.

The rest of things, well, could be better, could be worse.

Food: Man, did I eat badly this past weekend. Party, friends, etc. Gotta stop that all once I get back from San Fran. I have some friends and my husband in on it, so that should help.

Exercise: Still rocking out the weight room and starting putting mileage on my runs with a 4 mile today at an easy 12:30 pace. I need to start planning because my schedule is all funky until classes start 8/20, and I don't want to get stuck and not workout.

Sleep: A combo of it working well and me playing hooky on it, depending on what I've been doing. I need to stay on target for the next three days, then the trip will throw me off, then I'll be back on schedule, and I have to maintain that for a week before work starts to settle back in. That's my goal.

Other: I'm all over the place, but I think that's vacation mode. Once I actually go on and get back from this trip, I think I'll settle into a good productive schedule again.

Okay, almost bedtime, so I'm out. I'll try to post, but no guarantees with vacation. I'll try to be good even when I don't post.

Onward and upward!
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    Hope you have fun on your vacation and find ways to make the better choices each day. No need to be perfect when doing better will get you where you want to be.
    1973 days ago
    Enjoy your vacation!
    1973 days ago
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