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Wednesday, September 02, 2009

I got the news Monday that I am being transferred to another branch. I work at a bank. They are eliminating my position where I am. I guess I should just be happy I still have a job, but it would be nice if they had let me in on the decision a little sooner. I start there on Tuesday. Everyone where I am now is very health conscious and nobody brings a lot of cookies and stuff so it's pretty easy to just bring my own lunch and not have to worry about too much temptation. Maybe there will be a weight loss buddy for me at the new place. It is much bigger with more people. I feel like the new kid at school.
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  • KPACE7
    Change sometimes is good. The only way to be is optimistic. When I started Spark last November, I did not realize how much other people noticed my better eating habits. The administration now makes an effort to have healthy (alternative)choices when we have luncheons.

    You will have more influence on people than you realize.
    3522 days ago
  • LISALYNN1960
    Wow, nothing like getting no notice, huh? Guess it was better than getting the old pink slip though. Hope it goes well for you. Who knows? Maybe you will be the one who inspires those in your new branch to live healthier lifestyles. God always has a plan for us. Best wishes!
    3522 days ago
    I hope it goes good for you.
    3522 days ago
    Good luck to you.... I worked for a bank for 8 years so know how you feel, worked at 4 different branches
    3522 days ago
    It's tough to start a new position, but thankfully you have a job! A new start can be a great thing, a great time to start over and really shine!! Good luck.
    3522 days ago
  • KENDALL7261
    Change isn't easy but hopefully it will be good in the long run!
    3522 days ago
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