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No formal exericse this weekend!

Friday, May 17, 2013

So my run has been rained out 2 nights in a row. If I had really wanted to go then I would have, but I didn't. Nevermind!

I have no formal exercise planned this weekend. VERY strange for me! I figure I'll be getting enough exercise this weekend doing the following things-
Saturday - Running a sausage sizzle for 6 hours, which means standing and running around for the whole time. Totally cardio
Sunday - Moving house! I figure lifting boxes and furniture will count as my strength workout!

I have been given more responsibility at work this week. A co-worker has been having health problems, and will be away from school for some time. I have been asked to take on her duties (non teaching), as well continue with my own. My current duties include
- Teaching 27 children
- Sports coordinator
- e-learning coordinator in change of 60 iPads and all related matters, including the sausage sizzle (fund raising) and parent evenings to explain the new method of learning.

I'll be adding
- Library duties
- IT room

I don't mind at all and I am happy to help out while my coworker recovers, but it will be a lot of work and I already have a lot on my plate. I will manage though, and it will be awesome stuff to add to my CV.

So that's me! My boyfriend arrives tomorrow night, and I move on Sunday. Busy busy!
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  • LYNSEY723
    Such an exciting weekend! Enjoy it!!
    1711 days ago
    emoticon For all the changes going on in your life. Good luck on all of them. emoticon
    1711 days ago
    Having an attitude of gratitude.
    1711 days ago
    Wow! You are busy! Have a great weekend!
    1711 days ago
  • APED7969
    I'm sure the move will provide more than enough exercise! Enjoy the new place :-)
    1711 days ago
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