Back to Work

There is only one way to handle going back to work after more than 2 days off. And that is to prepare. So 85% of my marking was done, all seating plans, practicals planned for ks3 etc. Work for the supply teacher, etc. Not time wasted my friends. I felt confident going in this morning.

In terms of personal: I made enough cauliflower chickpea curry last night to cover today and tomorrow's lunch, prepped break time snacks of tuna mayo and Ryvita and an apple, skimmed milk for the coffee.

I get up at 5 am for ablutions, tea and then wii yoga or fitness blender.

Went for a walk after supper to get my steps up to 15,000.

Pleased. Onwards and upwards! Roll on this next term!

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  • I like your positive approach teamed with planning. I am the same have homemade soup and rice cakes packed, two oat cakes and weIght out peanut butter plus an orange chopped up for today's sustanance at work. I really do think that planning what you are going to have is the best way to prevent going off plan. I am building up my steps with a quick walk ato lunch time with a killer hill included and a longer walk in the evening , aiming to log 7000 plus steps between these two sessions.

    Good luck.

  • And Good luck to you! Get those steps in!

  • It's working have lost six pounds. To be fair I usually do get a good result in the first week after that it's more of a slogg. Steps gping well amd I am sure helps plus keeps me out of the cupboards!

  • It's working have lost six pounds. To be fair I usually do get a good result in the first week after that it's more of a slogg. Steps gping well amd I am sure helps plus keeps me out of the cupboards!

  • Sounds great!!!!

  • Good Stuff! I'm jealous. I lost two pounds this week. It is weird isn't it? How difficult it is to get back into the normal routine. Now I've just got to not go crazy over the weekend...

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