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Another peaceful week, but with no workouts

Friday, October 11, 2013

I went walking twice this week at lunch and that's been it this week. Not a single visit to the gym and I didn't get on the scale this week either so I don't know if I'm up or down, but I'm not skipping the recording of the weigh-in's anymore, every Saturday morning I'm going to be honest about that number. Seeing the inconsistency stare me in the face might help. I really haven't been doing much of anything outside of enjoying my free afternoons. Right now I just want to kill 6 hours and get out of here.

I have plans to go to the Bronx Zoo with my friend and their 2 young girls for Boo in the Zoo. I hope the weather holds out since it will be a very fun day for us. I'll be sure to get some cute pictures of me and the girls. It's also a 3 day weekend so I can reset myself and get on top of another week at work. I'm waiting for the Principal of next week's school to email me back with answers to questions I have about their schools procedures so my time there is painless. There are a few professional things I want to take care of this weekend too. I need make a mini portfolio of some lessons and my resume to keep stuffed in my bag in case I ever need it. I won't stress it too much, this year my focus is not on work it's on me.

Last year I was so great at getting to the gym on the college campus every day, I don't know what is different now. It's been weeks since I had a good gym streak, since before my Mexico trip and the temporary closing of the gym. Things still are not back to normal yet there and it's too easy of an excuse to use. It might be nice enough today to walk again at lunch. That is a good way of killing an hour. I thought I was getting back on track, but I haven't quite done it yet. It'll get done soon, I can feel it.

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