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Moving forward but refusing to spring

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

I am one of those that do not like the spring forward. I want my hour back. I had finally gotten my exercise routines into something that could be called a routine and now its deep dark in the morning again. Add to this that I don't use an alarm clock and I'm oversleeping my normal work out time. I did my cardio routine on Sunday and shifted my strength training to the evening yesterday. Unfortunately I don't have room in my evening today to put my cardio there. Fortunately I do work in the basement and my desk is on the first floor. Guess who's going to be spending lots of time running between the desk and computer room?

*(Why don't I just set an alarm clock? Because oddly enough I sleep better without one and I generally wake up 10 minutes before I'm scheduled to wake up. Unfortunately I'm still waking up on the old schedule. )
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  • HAPPY-DESTINY
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    1002 days ago
  • PORSCAD
    You'll get your groove back. Hang in there emoticon
    1002 days ago
  • UMUCGRAD
    I must admit I like the later sunset. I have to work most evenings so it helps. Try not to worry. You'll get your groove back soon!
    1002 days ago
  • HEY22BECKY
    I hate the time change as well although I generally experience the time change jet lag when we "gain" an hour as well. Through the years I've learned to accept that Ill be out of my zone for at least a week and try not to be as grumpy to others as I actually feel. I work in what I can but focus most on resetting my internal clock
    1002 days ago
  • DMEYER4
    good luck. I hope you adjust soon. I am a morning person so it has not affected me badly, but it has taken its toll on my 6 year old granddaughter. keep up the good work exercising.have a great day.
    1002 days ago
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