05/29/2013

When only scheduled to work a half day at work I need to make a precise agenda of what I want to accomplish before going in. I had plans to get up around 8:00, make sure breakfast was ate by 9:00, and be at the gym by 11:00 to start swinging kettlebells. This did not happen.

I woke up around 7:00 and had this:

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I felt on point with this cinnamon coffee. This was an ideal breakfast. However, I believe I was in the kitchen for at least 25 minutes, which is not ideal.I REALLY want to cut that down to about 10-15 minutes if possible. Will work on that…

So this is where the day went wrong, I was still planning on going to the gym at 11:00 (maybe catching a small p shake bc I woke early) but FORGOT I had to deal with financial aid at school… took about an hour.

Skipped the workout and had this for lunch around noon:

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A little too much food at this meal…. actually not really.. I remember looking for something else to eat after this but didn’t end up getting anything…

Work was fantastic as always. Check out my other blog “A Premed’s Journey” for that info.

I got home at 6:00…. read for about an hour out of my prized Harvey Cushing biography and then made dinner (AKA Meal #3):

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Fascinating, I know. Follow me on dosIQ for daily pictures of meals… I can not always write a food journal every day but I can take a quick pic. DosIQ is really simple… The app on iPhone is a little sketchy but I probably use it more than Instagram. There website is flawless for a food journal though. My Page: https://www.dosiq.com/anewsam1

KETTLEBELL SWINGS IN THE MORNING

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