New Years Resolutions – Week 38 Update

You Can do Anything, but Not EverythingI had a great end of last week at work and a pretty cool weekend. I got to spend Saturday at the DC VegFest and see all the cool booths that nobody really thinks about – like that there is a Vegetarian Society of DC, or that people care so much about lentils that they had a booth to talk about them. It was interesting to see how popular one vegan bakery from Pennsylvania was and to see the Sticky Fingers booth for the popular cupcakery and cookbook. Here is my New Years Resolutions – Week 38 Update.

So work is going good, but I still find it stressful trying to retain everything. Last week was good and this week too, but I still feel like I am floundering around trying to get everything that is being thrown at me. I am the back up to the executive assistant, so my job is just a tad more important than being just an admin. There are four executive managers as well as my four team managers and that is a lot of people, attitudes, personalities, and just stuff to remember about them and how they like things, as well as remembering how to just plain do Note to Self Relaxmy job. I mean, I know I am only into my third week and I am retaining stuff, but I want to be seen as perfect to them or at the very least capable of doing everything. Because I am an awesome admin, and I want them to see that – and see that I am not just an admin, that I can do more and not just be this. It will come, I know, but these are the things I stress about.

You are never to old to set another goalI haven’t updated on health, eating, or fitness lately and it has made me rethink calling this New Years Resolutions Updates since I haven’t been updating – and has made me start thinking about what my resolutions for the next year will be, because I have been totally slacking. See, I have been thinking about this because even though I have been eating the best and healthiest that I have in many, many months, I am still gaining weight. Like a ridiculous amount of weight. Now I don’t know if it’s because I am doing absolutely no working out except like twice a week, or because I am so worried about the new job and making sure I am retaining what I am being taught and wanting to look good in everyones eyes, but I am finding weight gain so dang annoying!! And too frustrating for words. I have even been skipping out on the monthly workouts, and I intentionally make them easy for me to complete when I have like no time. So, I am thinking about what my 2015 resolutions will be. Something to give up, making specific days my workout days. I don’t know what yet, but I have started the contemplation of it.

So how has your week been?

So now for the real update:
Weight & Inches
Total from Last Week: +.2.8lbs, -2in
Total from the 1st: -2.8lbs, -12in

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One thought on “New Years Resolutions – Week 38 Update

  1. Starting a new job is very stressful, and moving to a new city/state is very stressful. Add in maintaining a strict diet/exercise plan, and something has to give. Give yourself permission to not stress about the eating and exercising so that you can focus on the job. Just continue to eat right, walk instead of ride (when you can) and enjoy your new surroundings! It will all come together!

    As your little post-it above says, you CAN do anything, but you can’t do everything!!!

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