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Getting back into the swing of things

Monday, November 18, 2013

Well today I am contemplating a full week at work for the first time in about 3 weeks!

I'm getting back on track.

26 minute walking video done. I went for low impact because my knee is still healing and I made the knee movements a little bit smaller - really don't want a repeat performance! I have even done my shoulder exercises as that has been playing up lately.

I've decided not to focus on the fact that I feel like am am falling apart but on the fact that I want to get moving again - exercise makes me feel good and I had forgotten that!

The plan for today is have breakfast lunch and dinner and attept to avoid the snacks.

AND to drink my water - all of it! which has been lacking of late.

Anyway this is short and sweet as I am also attempting to be on time with no rushing - and I lose track of time on here!

Feeling good!

Have a great day

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    The only positive thing I did today was go for a nice 1hr. 45 min. walk. AFter Saturday's walk, and only doing less than half of what I used to do and at 1/3 of the pace, today felt good. But, it's such a small part of the whole..... glad you are back on track and all the best... hope some of your good luck rubs off on me.
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    1586 days ago
    I feel like I'm falling apart this morning too! But we persevere! Have a great Monday!
    1586 days ago
    Have a great week. Remember one day at a time. My knee is playing up as well. emoticon
    1586 days ago
    Getting back in the swing of things after an injury can be hard and sometimes just making little steps is all we can do and all we should do.

    Take it easy. Your body will tell you how much it can take.

    Good Job!
    1586 days ago
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