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Sunday, August 26, 2012

So I have had some rough past couple of days, eating wise. Each day for like the past month that I've been tracking, I keep going over 2,000 calories. I've already gained 2lbs, but luckily my workouts have kept it from being more! My other job is about to begin and I have no idea where that will lead me. I just really kinda don't wanna go back cause it's weird hours. 1 hour in the morning, 1 hour in the evening, paid for 4. So that's the ok part, but still leaves me with the 6 hour gap of doom. My plan is to use this time to work out, but I'm thinking I will have to drive to my other job work, then go back to job one, then back to job 2. Now this wouldn't be a problem if they were close by, but they aren't. They were last year which was nice, but now that job 1 moved, I'm back to square one where I'm driving and wasting gas.

So now that that little rant is out of the way... I had a dream last night that I actually remember. Probably because it was so awesome that I couldn't forget it. So I'm walking into this military store to pick up my gear, because apparently I joined the military. I waslked over to my box and opened it to find my boots, uniform, and other random gear. I about started to cry it felt so good. I'm hoping this dream will be more of a premonition and will one day come true. It's been rough this summer and I lost no weight, which is a huge problem as summer is usually when I loose the majority of weight. I still have things to work towards like the Color Run coming up in a few weeks, then training hard for The Tough Mudder that's less than a year away... We might possibly even do The Rugged Maniac that's a month before the Tough Mudder. Use it as like a warm up run.

But anyway, just wanted to get these things out of my head and written down. Cause I feel like it might help. Anywho. Have a good day.
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