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Long Overdue

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Yes, it is time for Melanie to get off the insanity wagon and climb back on the life is normal bike. :)

The last few months have been an absolutely insane. I was sure I lost my mind back in Iowa during the long drive east.

Well we have arrived!

I love Cape Cod. My exercise level has increased 10 fold, biking on trails, walks on beaches, hikes at conservation areas. Too bad my stress induced eating has increased 20 fold... living in MIL basement, learning new job(s).

We found a house to rent and move in October 1st -- so I think once that stress is out of my life I will be fully on board the healthy living train again.

Going to start tracking my exercise minutes and water intake again. Not up for counting calories, but I promise to be more mindful of the crap I am stuffing in my face. :)

Here are pics from my morning Nottingham walk yesterday:

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    Glad to see you. I look forward to learning more about the changes in your life. Great job with the fitness. The rest will fall in line.
    1495 days ago
    YAY!!!!! Pinky is BACK in action!! Glad you're enjoyin the Cape. How's the new job?? Only a couple weeks til you get out from under the MIL and get back to your own home. That's exciting!! I gather Notti has taken to the new digs pretty well. How's John and his new job?
    1502 days ago
    What a great place to live! I spent a summer in the Boston area in 2001, and it was one of the nicest in our marriage. I don't know how I'd feel about a winter there because I've always lived in the South. Still, getting out of your house would be a pleasure in Cape Cod! You can get back to your program in dribs and drabs but I know you will be glad when you are in your own house again.
    1502 days ago
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