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    BRIDGETTEANNB2   2,569
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My New Job (Yeah, I lost 2lbs. and 3 inches)

Saturday, October 05, 2013

I work at a job that is hard to eat as well as I need too. I stand on my feet all day and I don't eat like I should. So I am putting something together to eat for quick breaks; something that is healthy and full of energy calories. I am a trainee at Subway I have only been there about 2 weeks. Although it is a pretty easy job, Bipolar Disorder still tries to kick in with anxiety and frustration. I know with God's help I will conquer these problems and I will be an asset with Subway. I do not want to just stay comfortable in my home and not live my life. I want to experience the job life because all my children are grown and I don't need to be at home with nothing to do; its just not good for me to think to much. I have not taken my Bipolar meds Seroquel and the mood stabilizer in almost a year in a half. The doctor says I am doing well. I did not want to take those meds because it raises sugar levels and I would put on 15 lbs. a yr. and could not take it off. The dr. said I am doing ok that I could work, I am tired when I get home but I make it my business to eat something to keep up my metabolism. I need prayer that I will be ok at this job and loosing my desired weight.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
STEVENK87 4/21/2014 8:50PM

    emoticon on the weight loss

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FRIDA11 10/7/2013 7:15AM

    You are admireble.

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LIVELYGIRL2 10/5/2013 5:40PM

  I think it will be a good experience.

I get Daily Audio Proverb and Daily Audio Psalm on my i-pod. This is encouraging to me. I mean it helps me focus on something that is uplifting, than the bad news on TV whatever else that we could feel bad about.

No, it's not magic, but it is helpful.

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DEEGANA 10/5/2013 4:11PM

  Great work on the weight/inch loss

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BRIDGETTEANNB2 10/5/2013 3:39PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon

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