I loved the information especially the part about sitting all day. Well that is my job. I am a receptionist and I sit all day. I get one break a day and that is the hour that I get for lunch. What I need to do is eat and then find me an empty office so that I can work out, which is hard since there are areas of the building that are off limits. I have been teasingly asking the finance team if they can put a treadmill or something in the budget for next year. I get told that is a good ideal but I would really like to see it happen. I do get out when the weather changes though but right now I am stuck just sitting during the day. One thing in my defense is that I do stay active until its time for me to go to bed. I am somewhat new to the exercise routine but now I am taking it seriously and want to do the best I can to get results.
ok from that my 2 mistakes I would say : - I don't try hard enough - I haven't cahnged my diet.. my diet is especially challenging ! I am eating much less than before but I beleive in a wrong way !! I am skippind dinner and my eating time is not fixed.. thanks for my long working hours and exhustion that leave you with only desire to sleep.. and when it is time to eat , you try to grap any thing and just fill up .. what a miss?? any help??!!
I like the idea of setting a timer every half an hour to get up and walk around the office. I will definitely start doing that, I sit in front of a computer all day. Besides, even just a little walking should boost my energy level during the day.
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