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New Job!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Yay! And boo-hoo all at the same time. I'm still adjusting and still missing old co-workers.

I was so excited to be working closer to home, but I'm already having doubts about this new company. Too soon to really know for sure. It's only been three weeks. But i may be job searching again soon. I'm glad to be adding to my resume skill set and seeing the inner workings of another company, but there is a major disconnect between my personal values and the companies.

I'm riding my bike more (especially to work), and my hip is very happy compared to running. I've had no pains for many weeks.

Our CSA started last week. We are really enjoying the herb garden at the farm, where we can pick as much as we like each week. I've been having fresh mint mixed into protein smoothies. Yum!

Tomorrow i'll be singing with my town chorus in a small concert. It's been great meeting a few more locals. I just love running into people i know around town, and this has been another fun step to build contact with our "new" community.

My weight is back down to my Spark starting weight. And I started tracking my food again today. I think the added activity of biking is making me want to eat more at dinners. The rest of the days have been very healthy and in control. Day by day I'm still trying to build habits I can live with for a lifetime.
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  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I hope that the new job works out or you can find something more suitable. It sounds like you are at least getting some good exercise in by biking to work.

    We don't have a CSA here. We are going to get a new market place though.

    Good luck with your goals!
    2658 days ago
  • OJIBWEEQUAY
    great job riding the bike! Add your fresh mint to lemon water! YUM! Oh and dont forget Mojitos:) sing girl!!!!! emoticon
    2658 days ago
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