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June 17

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Today is a big day for my family! My husband is going to find out whether or not he passes the physical for his new job. He has been dealing with shoulder pain ever since his deployment, but despite an xray, mri, and mri with contrast, the doctors still don't have a diagnosis. Hopefully it won't inhibit him from starting his new job! Also today, my step-daughter starts her first job! She's going to be doing office work for the company that her grandmother works at. She's very excited to start working. I'm hoping that it will inspire her to put more effort into school and going to college in a couple of years. She went from being the straight A student who loved everything about school, to barely getting by in this past year. Hopefully being at the bottom of the totem pole will make her realize she wants more than that.

We didn't make it to the gym last night, there were a bunch of errands that needed to be taken care of, but I did spend nearly an hour pushing a cart through Sam's club, so I got some steps in at least! I also did some crunches, jumping jacks and planks at work. Every little bit helps, right?
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    Every little bit does help! Some days it just isn't in the cards to get to the gym or get your workout in at home. On the days I can't get in the workout I would like, I try to get as many steps in as possible.
    2151 days ago
    I too spend lots of time in Sam's club in Augusta. In winter we have no covered Malls so we walk in Sam's club/ Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon
    2152 days ago
    Wishing you all luck!
    2152 days ago
    You're right! Every little bit DOES help! Being aware is great ! Sometimes we need to step aside from the gym sometimes to get life done...ya know?

    You're on a roll!
    2152 days ago
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