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Stepping it up...

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Weeks have passed since my last post, and they have been crazy weeks. But now, they're over, and I am boosting my efforts by adding actual, regular exercise. I am now out of my office hell, and back to my side project which is much more... relaxed. Less stressful commute, less micromanagement by my overbearing supervisor, less office drama in general. So glad it's over, because the real goal is to not have to go back. I will stay in peaceful project-land until it is time to move to Texas and then get the heck out of Dodge. Honestly, I realize that's kind of crappy of me. The whole point of being ON the project is to be there to help with the transition when it goes live, but I just really, really, really never want to go back and it is so FAR from being done.

Anyway, I digress, what this basically means is that I will have about two more hours a day after work. Work is work and literally ALL I have to focus on when my day is done, is cleaning and exercising. I joined a Biggest Loser competition at my home office, which I am hoping to win in a massive way. I started doing a boot camp program at my gym last week, and I'm going tomorrow after work. I'll also be able to go to some of the earlier classes this week since I'll be home earlier. I can worry about work when the time comes. All I really have to do, is this.

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    awesome, sounds like you are focused! make it happen!
    1899 days ago
    For me it's the other way round. I do the workouts diligently, but find it difficult to control the craving and staying in the calorie limits. Lol, it's tough either way!
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    1900 days ago
    Exercise is my big focus now too. I find I can control a lot of my cravings but I struggle to stay active. Good luck!
    1900 days ago
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