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Saturday!!!

Saturday, September 14, 2013

A busy day...got up and went to my trainer...we did 60 minutes...she is really making me deal with the weights because of my scoliosis and weak back/shoulder muscles...so that is what we worked on for a while...then I did HIIT on the elliptical...and she sent me my workout routine for the week...I love her...she checks EVERYTHING and I am being real honest with her so she can keep me on track and tweak things when needed...

Then I went and got a manicure and then had a hair appointment...so I am about to relax and get in the bed...LOL...

On another note, as some of you may have read previously, I was NOT HAPPY with my new job...the insanely long hours and doing things that were not in my job description (or else I would have never applied) had taken its toll and I was (and still am) pretty much over it...well, I had been putting my resume out and I have 2 interviews scheduled next week...one company is literally 6 minutes from my place (and across the street from my favorite store, Target...which could be a bad thing, LOL) and the other company is a little further out but not too far...the manager will be flying in to meet with me this week...all I can say is, God is always in the blessing business because He knows that this current situation isn't right for me...regardless of what happens next week, I still have a job but it is wonderful to know that I am still getting hits from other companies!!!!

Hope you had a great day!

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  • SUGAR0814
    Good luck with the interviews. Make sure you ask questions that you didn't ask with your current job to prevent the same thing happening again. emoticon
    2490 days ago
  • ALYSSAR2012
    sounds like a great day! good luck with the interviews!
    2490 days ago
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