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DERVAPPY13
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Working On Working Out

Thursday, September 26, 2013

I just tried out the 10-Minute Cardio Kickboxing Workout video and, while I couldn't do *everything* in the workout yet, I'm really proud of myself and when I was done I was sweating! I feel like I DID something and it was fun!

I have orientation for my "job" this Saturday...I'm getting paid less to wake up earlier for a dead-end job that seems to value those in my position less than the last place I worked. Needless to say, I'm not excited, but some better is better than no money I guess. I can't accept jobs in my actual field to start my career now anyway (I really don't want to get into that mess on a public blog, but you can guess it's a huge source of frustration and stress and anger for me right now), so I have to take what I can get.

I may still need to eat less and earn more money and not be so stressed, but at least I'm working on getting more exercise in! I found out today that the street we're on is actually a giant loop so I can't even get lost! The entire route is just under 2 miles--I can do that! I've hiked up and down steep forest inclines for wildlife work....a 2-mile flat sidewalk walk is a piece of cake! I think I'm going to go do that now, actually...that way I'll still have time to make dinner before mom gets home from work. Toodles!
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  • v MCJULIEO
    Excellent distance, excellent timing, excellent plan...

    You can do this!
    1003 days ago
  • v GERIKRAGH
    Sounds good.
    1003 days ago
  • v PICKIE98
    ANY job looks good on a resume`! the less of a gap between jobs shows you are determined to be employed.. Whatever the job is, maybe a customer/client/ friend of somebody you come into contact with there. may know of the job you really want.. Never give up!!
    1003 days ago
  • v 144AUTUMN
    you can do it!
    1003 days ago
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