Friday, February 05, 2010

Wow, can't believe I haven't checked in since Monday. It's been a crazy week at work. I'm now doing two jobs at once, one team member is out of commission, one left, and one is leaving. I turned down an outside offer, but may now be up for an internal opportunity...or I said, a lot going on.

As for the streaks I mentioned starting on Monday: weighing every day, 64+oz of plain water daily, and in bed for 7 hours of sleep (so essentially 9pm most nights) going okay. I did not go to bed at 9pm last night because I have a show on Thursdays that goes until 10pm...this will also be an issue on Sundays. I am doing great with the water. I wish I hadn't weighed in this morning, because the number was awful! But I did weigh in. I haven't behaved badly enough to warrant that number, but I'm thinking I'm holding on to water since the stress is crazy!

So...not bad for these 5 days. But, room for improvement. Plenty of room! :)
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    emoticon for keeping up your streaks, even when work has been so stressful! I'm especially impressed at your sleeping efforts since I tend to have trouble sleeping when I'm stressed about work (or other things).

    Hopefully, things at work will iron themselves out soon, and if you get a better job out of the situation, well emoticon

    Keep up the good work!

    - Karen
    3882 days ago
    I NEEDED THIS BLOG FOR TODAY!!! Ok, it wasn't a perfect week but, as they say, none of us are perfect. Keep a positive attitude and remember the scales are not the ultimate indicator of our lifestyle changes; I'm having to accept this also because of my "slips" here and there and the fact that my numbers for all areas of life, including labs, etc., seem to "fly" for no apparent reason. I am beginning to feel and think so much better that I am amazed. Keep up the great work and have a fantastic weekend. emoticon
    3882 days ago
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