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Making My Way Back to The Gym

Sunday, July 07, 2013

This cold is still kicking my *ss, but since I don't have a fever, I'm going for 60 minutes. The hotel has a gym, and it looks like all the equipment works. We'll see how long my lungs last. I remember that in the past, I would work out regardless of how sick I was. Not anymore.

Off to log my calories. I ate red meat this morning, and I felt slightly guilty, but since my sister doesn't read my blog, she won't kick my butt next time she sees me. I am still cutting way down on animal products compared to before, but I may draw the sand in the line and just eat fish. Although, that food industry grosses me out too. Ah well.

I hope you all have a wonderful Sunday! And thanks for all of your support and advice. You guys help me get back to earth.
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    I hope you are feeling better today emoticon
    1781 days ago
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  • DEB9021
    Hope you feel better soon. I struggle with deciding what to do when I don't feel well. I never stay home from work (because really I can't unless it it's something truly terrible), so I try to just ignore it and keep moving. Sometimes I think if just go on pretending I'm not sick, then it won't get me. And often that works. But when it doesn't, if I'm feeling drained and run down, then I get home as early as I can, tell everyone they are in charge of their own dinner (I have big people, so this works), and I go to bed early. I generally run short on sleep, so this is a big luxury and usually helps me bounce back quickly. So I don't do any in between--I either continue on full force, or I give in and surrender completely. Hope you find what works for you. I hate colds that won't let go!

    1782 days ago
    Sounds like a plan. I hope you feel better soon.
    1782 days ago
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