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Day 37--Where are you?

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

..I was going to say in terms of sticking to your NY resolution, or fitness plan. But I've also noticed a few of my regulars on my feed are MIA. Where arrrrreeee youuuuuu? Come out come out....you are missed. (hugs) for those having difficulties.

Moi--still going strong. Not sure how long my extra income will last for my trainer--but he is focused on showing me a variety of different exercises for each bodypart, so even if I have to forego him for a while, I will have a good, solid base to pull from. I can see him periodically to check my form if need be. Though it IS nice to have someone to workout and interact with--I will miss that. To that end...I have an interview tomorrow for a different job. Doing the same thing, but a higher rate of pay--would allow me to quit the 3rd job and still retain the cash flow, and mainly, GIVE ME MY TIME BACK. Lol. You don't realize how much you miss 1.25 hours of the day until it's gone. I only applied on a whim to see if I would even qualify, so I was surprised when they called me. I'm not even sure it'll pan out...but it's nice that I at least made it to the interview stage. :) They seemed impressed with my resume.

My weight has juuuust squeaked down 1 lb. I usually wait a few days to claim it, but I've been at this number for too long already and am happy to see it go. I really can't wait until my belly shrinks and my yoga pants stop rolling down underneath my stupid belly. It's embarassing and annoying. Shoo, belly, shoo.

Procrastinating again, Lol. bye.
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    I thought there was a crossed fingers icon, but that's the best I can do... Glad you put yourself out there in job-hunting land!
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