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Friday, April 15, 2011

I have started a new job after taking a vacation and so spark people and logging food hasn't been happening. The new job is a stressful one without a regular schedule so I wonder how it will affect my eating. I have been staying on the exercise routine pretty well. For some reason I don't have as much problem with that. I have realized that exercise is a wonderful stress reliever.
Also the food at the new job is free but not as healthful as I would like. I'll just have to find a way to deal with it, but like everything new it may take a while.
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  • RAINBOWCHOC
    If you ask will they give you something "healthy" eg a salad rather than a sandwich? It might be worth a try as there will be others who are in the same boat.
    Hope the new job settles soon and you don't feel the newbie for too long
    best wishes, Sandra
    2775 days ago
  • WALKZWDOGZ
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    Congratulations on the new job! Don't fret. You'll do fine once you hit a new routine. A new job gets a little stressful, but you're so right; exercise helps. You'll work the food situation out.

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    2775 days ago
  • TNTEACHER2
    Congratulations on the new job. As time passes. it will probably be less stressful, and you will be better able to accomplish your other goals. Marcy
    2776 days ago
  • TNTEACHER2
    Congratulations on the new job. As time passes. it will probably be less stressful, and you will be better able to accomplish your other goals. Marcy
    2776 days ago
  • JAME4K
    Isn't it amazing how hospitals serve crap instead of healthy options? Huge pet peave of mine....... miss you.......will be down in June to vist!
    2776 days ago
  • REMEMBER2BME
    Good for you. New job, still exercising, you will figure this out. One step at a time.
    2776 days ago
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