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Keeping it Honest

Saturday, March 03, 2012

I am trying to keep it honest. Did I cheat this week? No not yet. I did go out for breakfast yesterday and had french toast but left almost half of it, since I was full. I had a banana before I went. I have a banana every morning and if I don't, I feel that something is missing all day. Just a habit, I guess. Being honest has paid off too. I lost 1lb. Yeah for me.

Communication between hubby and myself is somewhat better. We talk quite late at night by emails, since he is at work and I am just about to go to bed. He is getting pretty ansy over there since the food is sooo terrible. They feed him either duck or fish most of the time and he hates both. The food is cold 9 out of 10 times and the staff refuses to heat it up. They tell them to eat what is there or go without. The catering company is from France, so my husband emailed the person in charge and told him what was going on and that most of the men are complaining of feeling sick after eating the food (along with my hubby) and the person made a trip over from France to check the situation out and had a meeting with my hubby. As a result, he has hired to new chefs and my hubby has to report to him on a weekly basis to straighten this out. Thank God. The men shouldn't be forced to eat that crap and be expected to work 10 hour days.

Work has been strenuous lately. A lot of planograms to be done which involves rearranging products on the shelves, cleaning the shelves and such. Lots of squats, lifting and such. It is paying off though with the weight loss. Yeah. It is worth it to me. The other girls may complain, but not me. Lots of exercise involved. A bonus in my books not to mention the time goes by extremely fast. Lots of hours worked lately too.

Anyways, got to go. Take care everyone and have a great weekend.

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