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Less steps??? Same distance???

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

I walk the same mile every day but I have started to take a larger stride. I do not know why but I am coming out with less strides and covering the same mile.
I think I need to just go ahead and keep doing it and see if I speed up.

I think I am officially off my plateau I lost last week and this Monday i lost more but I won't change it until i have maintained it for another week...
I really cheated yesterday...
My boss yelled at me. And I snapped back at her and this in front of our supervisor.
I think she is mad at me and blames me.
I should have submitted but i felt really upset she was yelling at me in front of the supervisor.
I disappointed myself because I did not act as I want to act.
It was a very embarrassing day.

Well today we are born anew...
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    i want to yell at people a lot but i have a tendency to be bluntly honest so when there is an issue, i try to put it in an email. read it over a couple times, make sure it is facutally correct and then send it.
    i sometimes work with distracted people so something in writing is helpful
    1819 days ago
    I'm having conflict with our coach, who is going to be our administrator next year, even though he has "0" classroom experience, and has never had to give grades based on anything other than attendance. Ain't life grand? Personal growth time for me if I am to survive his tyrannical reign.
    1819 days ago
    Good job on intensifying your workout! Today we are born anew and tomorrow is a new day. It shall get better. You can't change your reaction with your boss now but you can apologize for your actions, even if she was wrong for yelling at you. Simple words like, " I realize I handled the situation earlier wrong", or " I apologize for acting in that manner" will help you feel better. emoticon
    1819 days ago
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