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Thursday, October 31, 2013

I finally made it to the pool tonight. I am a terrible swimmer, but still had fun. It's shallow so I did a little swimming and then walked in the water.

Now that I am done running to the old place after work I think I have a plan. After work I can go on the treadmill for 1/2 an hour or so. That will give me time to unwind, get some exercise, and then start supper. My husband claims he can help cook since he gets home before me. I don't see that happening since his idea of cooking is putting a frozen pizza in the oven.

The snacks I am provided at work tend to be bananas and apples. That's nice. I even chose a banana over buying candy yesterday.

Now that I am getting used to the new place and new job it's time to get back to focusing on health.
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  • v MAYBER
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    1028 days ago
    I just started swimming this past week myself. I used to be an excellent swimmer, I was surprised at how hard it actually is to do laps. I mostly just tread water in the deep end. It gets all your muscles moving. I'm working on adding laps in a few at a time.

    Good luck with your new plans. IT sounds like a really workable solution.
    1029 days ago
  • v FRAN0426
    My kind of swimming. I enjoy being able to stand up in the pool when I wan to do pool walking and swim knowing I can stand up anytime and my head is not under water. I really need to get back to the gym for swimming again.
    Your new plan sounds like a win situation, getting exercise in and then be able to make a supper meal. I kow if I don't have any leftovers my hubby would zap popcorn in the microwave if I needed to be away at meal time.
    1029 days ago
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