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"Been trying to work through it, but still a lot I can’t do. I don’t think I will be ready to return tomorrow."

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"Still waiting to get checked out by a doctor. Need a code from a 3rd party to go to a doctor.
WC limbo, not a place a part time hourly wage worker wants to be. Promised money, no money, can’t work, injured. Will be writing on this till it’s resolved. -Guy"

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"Boy that was not fun. Fortunately, if everything checks out, I’ll be back at full speed in a couple of days."

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"Recently I found myself back down below 300 again. As before, I am concerned with exertion levels passing the fatigue barrier. This is probably the first time age has me concerned with recovery time. Too much can be as dangerous as to little. Food has been a challenge as adjusting to higher water consumption and those effects."

Thoughts on labor jobs as cheap exercise

Admittedly, in theory this sounds like a great idea, consolidate work with exercise (that is SO brilliant). But be warned, most labor jobs are repetitive and require continual excursion (even after fatigue has set in) well beyond a standard rep workout. In short, you will need to workout to do the labor job, don’t consider it a workout in itself.

When your starting out in this situation, don’t workout on the same day as a big excursion day at work. Off days are the best times to build a routine, and it gets you off the couch. One day of lazy a week is ok, but remember the old law, “objects in motion tend to stay in motion”. That means you too!

Use the work to help you get moving, but play it safe, just like prior warnings on overdoing it, injury will trump any issue of pride you come across.

All the best- Guy    

Working out in basements

Yard maintenance, dog walking and basement aerobics are the ways I’m working on trimming the fat. Suggestions? Let me know what your summer routine consist of. Thanks, Guy

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The Sada Bike, A Bicycle That Folds Down to the Size of a Backpack

I thought, ” what a neat idea for city travel”. Imagine rush hour with hundreds of collapsible bikes and people in three piece suits.
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Remember that time I mixed up the blogs and posted to the wrong one… Yeah good times.
If you are still following me, first thanks, secondly I would like to hear from you!
(Believe it or not, I had a personal goal, I obtained it and now I want to know if any of you would be amiss if I focused on other things or do the post hold any value to you to continue.) If any of you aren’t bots I honestly want a dialog with you (since you took the time to follow).
So hit me up, I’d like to hear from you.

I’ll be posting this on all the blogs so I can get a real head count, then I’ll update you for the real deal blog (coming soon).

Again thanks for your input, your hearts, your general support of poetry and thoughts, and your pieces (some of you guys are wicked talented).

Hope to hear from you soon!

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"Time to make a new commitment to weight loss." 1 note

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"Just a reminder,
those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind."
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