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Friday, January 11, 2013

Thank God, I was called for a full time teaching position the end of August 2012, but it was a bittersweet victory. The school I am teaching at does not get out until 415. I usually cannot get out of the door until 500. It is a 40 minute drive home. So by the time I get home it is dark and I can't ride. At first I was just getting to ride on the weekends. Then after the Cancer Ride in October, I got in a 40 mile ride on Thanksgiving day and then today I was finally able to get a 16 mile ride in.

My husband and I bought each other an elliptical for Christmas so I have been spending a lot of time on that the last 3 weeks, a minimum of 30 min per day. I have also been fitting in some strength training but not as much as I have been wanting to do. Where I was hired the day before school started I have felt like I have been playing catch up for the last 18 weeks. I finally feel like I am getting caught up and have been using that extra time on the elliptical. I am going to start leaving as soon as I can from work and even if I can only get in a 20 to 30 minute ride around the neighborhood then that is what I am going to do.

I have only lost about 5 pounds since August but I have been staying within a 5 pound range, which is actually not bad. I haven't lost any more but I haven't put on any either. So it's just a keep trying until I get through this plateau.

Have a great weekend.
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  • GOODGETNBETR
    A forty mile day is emoticon ! Keep up the great work maintaining in 2013 and emoticon with the new job.
    1358 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/12/2013 9:43:42 AM
  • BILL60
    Once you have it figured out, you'll be fine. The important thing is that you have a job.
    1358 days ago
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