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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

I work a LOT. 50 hours at one job, 10 at another. Somewhere in this, I have to make it mandatory that I work out. Thankfully, in the 2 months of crazy, I only gained 2 lbs.

Today, before I came home from work, I stopped at the gym. I had a brief 30 minute workout, focusing on shoulders, back and chest. I have to go back to work to keep a eye on the night shift. There isn't a manager that works that shift to keep an eye on them, so I volunteered to leave at lunch and come back in 4-6 hours. I don't get off until 1 in the morning tonight.

Tomorrow, I'm going to run with the dog in the morning since I don't have to be at work till a bit later than normal. Should be good for the both of us.

I got a summer hair cut. I absolutely love it. I was able to workout without putting my hair back, and without it being in my face. So SO easy. Something I need when I'm this crazy busy. I just wanted to check in. I'm not off the wagon again, I'm just insanely busy.
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    Glad you're determined to work-out, even with such a busy schedule! Post pics of the haircut!!!

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    3249 days ago
  • DALLASGIRL99
    OMG...you work alot of hours so I'm impressed that you are able to still make fitness and a healthy lifestyle a priority. I typically work 50-52 hours a week, but all at the same job. I always keep my gym bag packed and ready to go in my car in case my schedule changes and I'm able to go. My kids are busy with their things and my husband has many evening meetings (i.e. golf league!) so I'm able to get over there without worrying about what the rest of the family is doing. Today I am so tired and I really don't want to go, but nobody is at home anyway and I know I will feel better after going!

    Good Luck to you!
    3249 days ago
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