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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

So I have been working almost everyday, meaning I am getting no exercise besides what I am getting at work. I would go after work but I am tired after work, it's after 9, and I would have left the house 7 in the morning for school. SO I amd ready to go home after work. I am glad I am getting hours, I just hate I am not getting exercise. If I wasn't so tired in the morning I would work out in the morning, but I dont sleep at night so I am so tired in the morning. I have thought about upping my melatonin to see if that would help with my sleep, I just dont want to not wake up in the morning. School is out this week for my kids, so that means my mom is out to, see is a teacher. SO starting next week she wants to go to the park first thing in the morning, ugh really I enjoy my sleep. I will go with her, but I am going to hate getting up so early. My daughter wont sleep, when most kids sleep in for the summer, she wont. She will be up early in the morning, driving everyone crazy. My son on the other hand will sleep in late, which is a good thing, it's less drama that my mom will to have to deal with. I am hoping I can get myself back on a good workout routine, even if it means going after work. If I am walking at the park, then all I would need to do is go every other day to the gym for weights, I think I can manage that.
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  • RHOOK20047
    I have the same problem with getting time for exercise. But I have taken to eating my lunch at my desk and going for a walk at lunch, when the weather is nice, I take it outside to grab another 15-30 minutes of walking. I also extend my walk at work, taking a longer route to a bathroom, going the long way to the cafeteria, etc. We can all get a little more exercise in, if we think creatively. I also get up in my office and do stretches at least 3-4 times a day. May include some wall pushups, squat thrust if the knees allow, etc.
    1768 days ago
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