Life Update - Weigh In

Hello. Just doing a quick check-in.

The most important: my weight.

254 was the last registered weight. That's fine by me. I mean, yeah, I'd rather lose, but I'm very thankful that I'm not gaining because I could jolly well be doing that since I feel like I'm not paying much attention to what I'm eating and I've had more beer than anyone should be allowed on a "low carb" way of eating.

I'm a few days into my new job. I'm tired, yes. But I'm also excited to be doing something different. I don't really feel like I'm working sometimes - but it is a very busy job, and there are times where I feel like I'm completely screwing up constantly. I'm not accustomed to having a line of people to see me, but I'll have to get used to it I guess.

So far I've had help/someone training me. Now I'm on my own.

My days start earlier than I'd like (I'm so NOT a morning person). I guess the alternative would be me working until 6pm. I don't want to do that, either. Trade offs.

So far I haven't really missed out on anything but sleep and watching Netflix. But I'm only a few days in. The paycheck will be helpful, surely.

My eating is a pain. My other job was 5hrs per day (the new one is 8), and I was able to get a breakfast in, and any lunch I wanted. This one I have a break, but it's still very busy, and my prep-times are much smaller. So I worry a bit about making lunches/snacks 5 days a week and having them be low carb appropriate, but I'll try to take it day by day and not fret too much over it. That just makes things worse.

Hope everyone out there is doing well. I regret I'm unable to be doing my blog surfing like I used to. I'm accustomed to a pretty cush life of having days at home, and being able to be online at my old job (not really surfing blogs, but Facebook, email, etc.).

1 comment:

Lori said...

I am sure that you'll get in to a routine with your new hours and work out how to get a proper lunch. Transitions are often hard, but this one sounds like it will be worth it.