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DAY 12: Back to Work

Monday, January 12, 2015

I made it through the first day of my new semester feeling good about the classes I taught. I am teaching one class 10-11am and one class 2-3pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. I need to figure out when I will get my exercise in on these days. Monday afternoon is full of driving kids around to activities so I will need to do something in the morning (before kids get up) or between dropping off kids to school and the first class or possibly between my two classes. I don't want to leave it to the evening because I don't have the energy to work out hard. Except for today, I have been keeping up with the strength training and I am just shooting for 10-20 minutes for these workouts. I want to do some running but it has been so cold that I just can't make myself go outside. I plan to do some Leslie Sansone walking DVDs until I can make myself run. I may use a treadmill at the gym but I find these so boring. I can do it though just not for more than about 30 minutes. It will take a week or so to get my routine in place but it is worth the planning. Once I have my default schedule planned out, it becomes automatic and then I get things done! Happy Monday!

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  • WHITECAT19
    I'm so glad your day went well! I think you are awesome . . . sounds like you are good at following through with plans.

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    1279 days ago
  • TCANNO
    It is never easy getting back after a break. Head down and think of how far you have come.

    Just go for it, I know you will get there in the end.

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    1280 days ago
  • LYNMEINDERS
    Maybe between your two classes would work for you....maybe a walk on those days
    1280 days ago
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