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Easing Back to A Routine

Friday, July 12, 2013

After close to two weeks of family vacation, I am now back to where I can get into a routine again.
Thankfully! Because I definitely need it!

I weighed myself the morning after I got back from Florida, but I had so much sodium, water retention, and soda weight that I didn't think it accurately depicted how much I gained during the vacation. I think I can safely say that I gained about 4 lbs during those two weeks of vacation.

Not good. Not extremely horrible, but not bad.

As for Grad School:
My application is making the rounds to all of the professors to be voted on... but the director of the program doesn't expect any problems. I also met with the professor who runs the Gifted Certification program and spoke with her about the possibility of getting that as well as the Master of Teaching. She thinks I should be able to do it as independent study online courses, which would make things so much easier!

So I'm just waiting on the final "okay" so that I can sign up for classes and sign my name on a loan... So much waiting!

Exercise:
I've been going on short 1.5 mile walks since I've been home... my shoes have been giving me problems and rubbing my achilles tendon area.
I did manage to go for a few walks while I was in FL, and I got to swim, but I did a whole lot more driving...

Eating:
I've been craving lots of sugar since I indulged on vacation, so I'm attempting to cut most of that out again.

So I'm back again and have my regular access to my computer and Spark!
Yay!
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  • BLUEROSE73
    Welcome back
    2579 days ago
  • no profile photo CD12063550
    Welcome back!

    It's always so hard when we break our usual routines....I know that messes me up like crazy....

    Happy sparking!
    2579 days ago
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