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Change in routine

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Today I got up at 5am got my butt on my clothes rack (treadmill) for the first time since moving to Alaska. I normally do Wii EA active but I completed the cardio kickstart and was not interested in the 9 week program. So I am gonna start with program 1 on the treadmill and increase every two weeks or so. I know it is more cardio than I was doing because the sweat started 3 mins in instead of during cool down. I hope to lose more weight and to keep my emotions in check. Yesterday I had a tiny piece of cake with no icing, I think it may have triggered a binge because after dinner we went to walmart and I brought carbsmart fudgebars. I didnt eat any but now they are in the house I hope my kids like them so they go fast. Anyway I have job interviews lined up today and the next two weeks. I wasnt expecting so many when I applied in a panic to 10 companies. It also looks like I am moving up to the next phase of the TSA hiring process ( its been 3 months) . So I am a lil less stressed of how to maintain my household and more stressed on how to manage work family and weight control. I have done work and family but I was chunky then young and didnt care. But I am sure that I will manage I mean women do this all the time. I might have to get up at 5 every morning to get my workout in and somehow take my shakes to work and take a "smokers" break to snack. WOW am cardio really fires those brains cells up!!!!! emoticon

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    Keep tweaking your routines until you find something that fits. My job allows me to get up and take a 5 minute walk break every hour, so by the end of an 8 hour day I get 40 minutes in. Maybe you can fit something in at lunchtime or right after work. Keep your mind open and something will present itself!

    I'm glad that your prospects are looking up!
    1722 days ago
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