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Wow, What A Crazy Three Weeks!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

First Week:
Lost 2.3 pounds from not doing so much exercise but still on my diet. It made me weirded out.

Second Week:
Tried not working out 60 minutes and only worked out for 45 minutes three times a week and strength trained for the other three days. I stayed the same

Third Week:
I just got hired for a job and didn't know what to do with my work and school schedule. It drove me off track and I still maintained. It was a problem for me.

I ran into a problem now. There's no way I can eat 5 small meals within certain hours AND workout afterwards. I go to school in the morning until 1pm, then work for five hours after (mostly until 10pm). How can I work out for 45 minutes a day when I'm gone from 8 am to 10 pm (and that's not counting me getting up at 6am just to get ready for the day and leave at 7:15)?! I was just not gonna work out on those days and work out on the two days that I have a free day off work but my sister insisted I try. She is really insistent on me working out and eating right (which surprises me!). That makes me smile. She even offered her workout DVD to me (the Jillian Michaels 30 Day Shred)! She truly is motivating me and I love her for it, so I want to work hard for her in return. emoticon

GUH! Why does this have to be so hard to figure out?! I figured since I would be on my feet for five hours and walking around (my job is an associate at the Gap) that I could count that as my exercise, but that may not be enough. Thank goodness my diet is ok (and I decided to bring healthy veggie/fruit snacks with me whenever I have 15 minute breaks). If anybody has advice I'm open for it! Hope everybody had an easier week. emoticon
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