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I said I would be tired

Thursday, March 28, 2013

And I am!!

Work was slow, but steady enough that I didn't drag too much. I was a little bit addled early on, but I managed well enough. I walked to my meeting. It was breezy, but warm. It took me a tiny bit longer than it did last week, but that's because I walked the entire way past the cemetery with my head turned to the side to look, and I kept stopping for pictures. I've always been a very utilitarian walker, and that hasn't changed, but I've found that variety and pleasant scenery is a real motivator.

My meeting was great. I got voted out of being the chair of the local committee and into the chair of the district committee, so I can look forward to different, more theoretical problems, yay. Blegh.

I went a little out of control with my eating today, which hasn't happened in a while. Walking to work, all I wanted was meat, and I didn't bring meat for breakfast, so I ate at the cafeteria, which is a poor choice and made me go over my goals (since I didn't compensate for it later). I honestly needed the protein, but I need to balance more strategically my exercise, nutrition, and sleep.

I hurt my foot yesterday morning, I kind of hyperextended it running up my front steps, and it was sore today. Tomorrow I had hoped to do my C25K session, but that would be dumb if I'm still hurting. Not that I'm not dumb. We'll see. I'm going to do today's strength training video tomorrow. That falls within the parameters of the challenge, as long as I double up. I really just need to sleep now. I hope I get a lot accomplished tomorrow and Saturday, my schedule has been really backed up this week.

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    I agree, work out but know your limits! And get some rest...I am whooped too today! :)
    1852 days ago
    Hope your foot heal soon
    1853 days ago
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