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Some good news and some bad news

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Well this month has been tough with my company suddently transfering me to elm schools cos they were short staffed, It`s a WHOLE new schedual to me because I was used to waking up late and leaving in afternoons, plenty of leasurely times to go running. NOW if it`s a running day i need to get up at 5.30am because that`s the only way I can get back intime shower and start th commute. Surfice to say some days I`ve over slept till 6:30 meaning a few evning runs which I meeeh don`t like cos I`m lazy and a long hard day teaching elm kids its the last thing I want to do, but I done it.

So despite all the newness and stress, I`v kept up running 3 times a week, and I have been tracking what I eat no matter the damage. Oh yah, early money the most I can be bothered to drink is half a cup of milk, then I eat a school lunch and by the time I get home I`m staving.

So finaly the build up for this month - I have neither lost or gained. tht 2kg I lost midmonth, I`ve gained back and the nutrition tracker says why...well I just hope I get used to this schedual so I can work out a routine.

The good news is, I`ve decided to enter the Osaka hlaf marathon in end of Jan 11. Work on some interval trainings in the mean time to inclrease my speed and then in Nov start distance training then some w arm weather gear for when it`s nessicary. So thats a good goal structure for me to aim for.

So this month well dissapointing but it`s only one month . I haven`t measured myself yet I can~T find my tape measure. I`m expected the odd cm here and there I`ve been doing alot of walking this month!

So i`m down but not out! I am getting so close to under 200lbs! Must not give up!!
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