Great suggestions already. New supportive shoes are a MUST. Also, start getting some walking in now and it won't be such a shock once you're working. I find that standing in one place is harder than walking so ty to keep moving while working. Congratulations on your new job!
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I may be starting a second job soon. I am a caregiver for my mom now and I'm lightly active but I'm able to sit down too. With the second job, i will have to be very active and on my feet for 11 hours a day. Being very obese, I know it will be challenging but I know it will help too. My question is, what can I do for the next week to help get me ready for it? Also, what foods would boost my energy for that whole time when I start the job? Any advice or tips would help and are appreciated! Thanks in advance!!