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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Today I've stayed within my calorie count and have had over 10 glasses of water. My workout tonight was tough! Think the hardest one I've had in a long time.

I also went over my 10,000 steps again!!

So in the last year, my life has had some major changes. My boss finally retired at the end of December 2013, I was given her job (a promotion for me) and spent 4 months doing both her and my full time jobs until someone was hired for my old job. So I've been learning her job, teaching my job to someone new and adjusting to working with someone new, after 16 years of working with the same woman.

Ohh and to top it off my son turned 18 and became a legal adult, graduated from high school, went to Costa Rica for 10 days, got a job working for his college's football team and left for college.

For the first time in my life I live alone. It's been an adjustment, especially when my son was so busy with the football team that I didn't get to see him for over a month, but one that I've adjusted too for the most part. I enjoy the time alone and the freedom to do as I wish. I'm still adjusting to figuring out my meals but that'll come with time. I love my son but I'll admit that it's been kinda nice to have time to take care of me. I've been learning to love myself, be proud of myself and making changes to make me happier and healthier.

Whew...what a year! lol It was a great one, although trying at times.

I'm looking forward to this year and will continue to work on making myself happier and healthier.
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  • DIFROMWYOMING
    Lots of changes, but sounds like you're embracing them! Good for you! emoticon
    1269 days ago
  • CRACKERS4554
    Look out world here I come! I am excited for you and wish you the best year yet!
    1270 days ago
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