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Day 61 - 30%

Friday, September 23, 2011

Current day/Days left/Miles tracked/Miles left

61 / 79 / 275.65 / 614.35

275.65 miles = 30.97% total (890 miles
September miles: 69.21
Feet climbed:
79 days left/614.35 miles left = 7.77 miles/day

Pictures tomorrow or Sunday.
I wasn't sure last night (no pc to check the spreadsheet) if I had hit the 30% mark (267 miles), so I didn't take pictures... I will tonight before I go workout.

Since I only ran a few minutes last night (yeah... I walked over 9 miles yesterday), I pumped up the incline to keep my heart rate up. This was the first time I've done it for any significant period of time and kept track of that data (I used my jump drive in a Life Fitness treadmill. so nice to not have to bring a note pad to record that stuff).

Right now, I'm at 251 feet. I'm not going to make a goal of that at all, but I am going to start keeping track of it and totaling it.

Wednesday night I did the 40 minutes run (the walk 1, run 4). It was tough. I really wanted to quit. So I just kept going but stayed slow. I didn't beat my last record.

I have a new set of blisters on the back of my heel (from work shoes, not from runnign this time)... so that sucked. That's why I walked yesterday, to give that some relief.

Plus I wanted to watch a little bit of the debate. :)

I'm pretty sure my team (including me) is about to get laid off.
Like, today. :(

Yesterday, I found a job that fits my education and experience perfectly. So I just need to write a cover letter today, and I'll send that out. Because they want writing samples (yes!), I'm sending it all postal style. I know. Old school. Ha.

There are also a few other I'm going to apply to when I can get on a computer that doesn't have job serach sites blocked (like at work).

I love it. I know I wasn't too sure about it the other day, but now. I'm so glad I did something with it finally.

Now I've been curling it in the morning and leaving it down all day. In the past, I've been all about the pony tail, usually after lunch.

I wish I had some to share.

The batteries in my camera are actually nearly dead, so I haven't been carrying it around with me. So I have nothing.

That makes me sad. Maybe tonight.



Good is the enemy of great. Most people will look back and realize they did not have a great life because it's just so easy to settle for a good life. -Jim Collin
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