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Readjusting....

Monday, August 18, 2008

Ok, so with my job switching gears on me, this is going to take a bit of readjusting... I haven't logged since I moved offices. I used to be able to come home for lunch, and now I actually need to pack or go out, or not eat. I am way busy and could seriously skip lunch, but that makes for one grouchy person come 4pm. So I guess I will have to start packing. I am so busy at work now I can't even get a chance to reply to emails, let alone get on a log stuff. when i get home i don't even want to touch the computer, and when i do, it needs to be for my classes. i have to figure this out!!!

on a positive note, i used to literally sit on my butt at most walking to the bathroom (20 steps away) for 8 hours a day. My office is at an onsite facility that is HUGE! I am suppose to be 'walking the floor' at least 3x a day. Every time I need to fax, mail, copy anything, i have to walk to the other end of the building. also, i have to park in the far parking lot and hike it to the building. so last week i didn't officially weigh in, but i did weigh myself daily... i was happy to see the scale drop to 211! i think that was thursday, however, after og and drinks friday, and not watching weekend days, the scale still read 216 today.

i will figure this out and work this to my advantage. i must not eat fast food (can't afford that everyday!), so packing or skipping lunch is my option. i can't carry money with me even for a drink b/c i know it will go straight into the vending machines. oh the temptations!!!

Since i am literally getting up at the butt crack of dawn as it is, i think in a few weeks i would not mind getting up 15 mins earlier to jump on the treadmill....but only for 15 mins!
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