Major Changes

Friday, January 16, 2009

It's the start of the month and I've made a great step in my career. This is my last day in the office. I just resigned and I'm happy about it. I found a new job that not only pays better but I think it is a better company altogether. I'm also happy to say that I have maintained my exercise routine. I do my favorite workout kickboxing at least 4 times a week and now I'm able to last from 30 min to an hour. I also find that I have extra energy and I no longer get tired walking up and down the stairs or even walking for a short distance. I don't struggle to breath anymore.
One more good news is that my trainor is back. He is really good in what he does and Inspires me to work hard.
I am hoping to lose around 60 lbs. come my birthday this July.
I'm doing this one step at a time. It may be slow but I'm getting somewhere.
Thank you Kiyoshi for inspiring me and lifting my spirits when I'm down. I hope I could do the same in the future.

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    i am so proud of you. changing jobs is one of the major life stressors, and you not only are handling it healthily, but you are still exercising?? that is so amazing! and im not just saying that, either. good for you.
    i hope this job works out well for you.
    and the hour? wow. that is really awesome.
    i am so glad that you are feeling the difference in yourself. sometimes that is way more important than how you look.
    and i am glad that your trainer is back! this is such a great blog.
    and i have to tell you that you inspire me..every time you blog, every time i see that you are on here getting yourself healthy, that inspires and motivates me..
    this is not easy to do, but the fact that you are still here is awesome!! so keep it up.
    4499 days ago
  • JIBBIE49
    You can release FIVE POUNDS, 12 times between now and July. emoticon
    4500 days ago
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