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legcramps - Friday Jul 16, 2021

Weight: 0.0

I had no idea that it's been 18 days since I last updated. It does not feel like it flew by AT ALL. In fact, it feels like every day is two weeks long!

I am still in my position in healthcare, but have received a pretty nice opportunity in BF's town, so my last day here will be the 23rd. Now that I know it's happening, my feelings are mixed. I will get over that eventually, I know this is definitely the best move for me right now and nothing has changed in my current job except for the fact that i'm finally starting to get to know people and enjoying forming those relationships, which will disintegrate for sure when I leave.

I still haven't had much opportunity to get out and exercise much any other time than the weekends. It will be SO NICE to be able to workout more often after next week! I cannot wait to be able to move more.

And maybe I will also have more time and brain function to post here again too. Until then, i'll be doing my best to get through each day.

happy-1 on 07/16/2021:
Welcome back! I love that you recognized a draining situation, decided to find a better fit, and got something even better. Go you!

bearcountrygg on 07/16/2021:
It's good to hear that you last few days there are not as difficult.....it will be nice to be closer to the boyfriend.

Horn_of_plenty on 07/16/2021:
wow! congrats on "sealing the deal" at the new place to be. that's awesome!

you have totally shown me that change can happen at any time. in the back of my head, i want to change my field in 5 yrs time as well...based on when the openings come up for the other field. (openings only every 5-6yrs)

Donkey on 07/18/2021:
So glad to hear from you! That's great news that you've got yourself a new job - congratulations!!!

It will be very nice to have your time back to exercise and take care of yourself.

KathyBlue on 07/21/2021:
New job, new life, all so exciting!! :) I'm jealous! :)

Maria7 on 07/21/2021:
Hope all goes well with your new job change. Hope you are having a good day.

legcramps - Monday Jun 28, 2021

Weight: 0.0

Good morning all,

I had two interviews for job positions in BF's town, Both went really well and am hoping to get an offer from one this week. They are both very similar positions, as administrators, and I feel so hopeful and happy about it. It's such a nice feeling after two months of being miserable in a position that - to be perfectly honest - people just don't want to see me in. It's too bad, but without having any management experience I have been feeling lost a lot of the time, and unfortunately my coworkers are not interested in offering me any support. Healthcare is quite "sink or swim", so I must admit that I'm definitely not floating right now. I am SO grateful to have other options, and to hopefully not have to stay stuck somewhere that I'm unhappy all of the time.

I haven't been working out much due to job stress, I basically come home every night, cry a little bit and feel sorry for myself lol, eat and then go to bed. I've been trying to make up for it on weekends, but definitely feel a loss of strength. Since health and wellness has been a passion of mine for a long time, this is just absolutely unacceptable to me. Job change should switch things up a bit I hope!

We should all remember, let me be the example, that we NEED to still take risks in life even if they don't go the way you were hoping. Make your change happen, and then make your changes happen again if it doesn't work out the first time.

Donkey on 06/28/2021:
I'm so hoping you get another job opportunity SOON! I completely agree that if a job is taking so much out of your mental & physical resources that you cannot take care of yourself (exercise, etc.) properly, then it's time to look for something else. No job is worth that personal sacrifice.

And I *LOVE* what you wrote at the end - because you're absolutely right about taking risks and trying new things, and having faith in oneself that, if things don't work out for the better, we have it within ourselves to make a change, again, for the better.

bearcountrygg on 06/28/2021:
Fingers crossed for you Legs...That the best of the 2 jobs does come through for you!! If you are still miserable where you are then you do need a change....it's never too late to make a switch for the right choice. Good idea to take a risk for your own happiness.....and I love that it will help you get closer to BF!!!

Jacky82020 on 06/28/2021:
Sending good vibrations. (Imagine flashing hippie gif here) Hey! I’ll see if I can upload one to my feed here.

Horn_of_plenty on 06/28/2021:
i'm very glad that you have taken these risks. that is def part of life. it will def improve for you. and with summer here, it's a good time to relax a little bit too.

Horn_of_plenty on 06/28/2021:
offering you my support. it takes courage to leave one job after so long <3

Horn_of_plenty on 06/30/2021:
I do agree with the others...and especiallly in what Bear writes. you are still young and have years ahead to live your life and make changes. you are too young to stay miserable. you give me hope in my own situations.

happy-1 on 07/02/2021:
Good job moving on if you find something isn’t right or not what you want. I should do that more often.

legcramps - Friday Jun 18, 2021

Weight: 0.0

I might have a bite on a new job that is in the same town as BF. This might have all worked out like this for a reason after all! I am still in my job in healthcare management, but if all goes well, hopefully not for long. May be moving into the construction field and trying my hand at project administration / HR. And I'll get to be much closer to BF, as in, in the same household after four years of commitment.

Cross  your fingers and toes! It puts my healthcare family in a tight spot, but I just can't do the job anymore. It is not even close to the fit I was hoping for.

bearcountrygg on 06/18/2021:
I hope it all works out the way you want it to.

Jacky82020 on 06/18/2021:
FINGERS CROSSED! (Imagine Twitter emoji here)

Donkey on 06/19/2021:
Hoping and praying for you!!!!

Horn_of_plenty on 06/19/2021:
in your second paragraph, you call it your "healthcare family." is that what you meant to write?

also, i also have my fingers crossed for you. seems you are getting out of a less optimal position. nice work on that. getting new jobs has never been easy or even doable for me by myself.

Horn_of_plenty on 06/21/2021:
i'm glad to read your thoughts looking towards the positive, how to improve your situation.

legcramps - Monday May 31, 2021

Weight: 0.0

Very quick update today, sorry everyone I seem to be dropping off the face of the earth here! I am still struggling with the new job. I am still learning and it is still a huge learning curve for me. Every day is quite hard to handle, I've even started to look for another job already lol!

I guess the positive is that this change did get me out of a job that I was totally miserable in, and into one that I will be challenged in for a long time (if I can stick it out). The pay is certainly earned I'll tell you that! One month in, having to make exceptions for myself and be gentle with myself.

Stirring up some change. Hopefully something good comes of it.

Jacky82020 on 06/01/2021:
Didn’t you say the new job is managing a gym? Are you really because of ppl returning after all the covid openings?

Donkey on 06/01/2021:
^I didn't think the new job was managing a gym, only that it was into management in the health field. That can be completely overwhelming and stressful.

(((hugs))) I'm sorry that this new job has been difficult. Hang in there, legs, until something changes - either an adjustment or a new job.

happy-1 on 06/01/2021:
Hugs. This job must be insane if someone with the discipline snd energy you have is roughing it. Make sure you get a bubble bath.

Donkey on 06/02/2021:
^Happy makes a great point!

innerpeace on 06/02/2021:
Prayers for you. I hope it all gets better for you!

Horn_of_plenty on 06/02/2021:
well, no matter what, do your best work so you can be proud of yourself no matter what the outcome. you are a hard worker and you have a "no quit" attitude.

we are all cheering you on here, no doubt!

Be easy on yourself outside of work if need be. a new job can wear at you and stress you. rest when you can or need to.

i am once again in a new office (same company). so i'm just settling in but it's not exactly a lot of work yet as the change wasn't supposed to happen...but it's better than being fired (me).

Horn_of_plenty on 06/02/2021:
well, no matter what, do your best work so you can be proud of yourself no matter what the outcome. you are a hard worker and you have a "no quit" attitude.

we are all cheering you on here, no doubt!

Be easy on yourself outside of work if need be. a new job can wear at you and stress you. rest when you can or need to.

i am once again in a new office (same company). so i'm just settling in but it's not exactly a lot of work yet as the change wasn't supposed to happen...but it's better than being fired (me).

legcramps - Monday May 17, 2021

Weight: 0.0

Well, I might have finally reached my limit with the 75 hard challenge. Today since I've been home from work it's requiring far too much energy even to move lol, so I don't know how I'll manage to get a workout in before crashing and going to sleep.

This week I start my third week of my new job, and I can tell you that the first two weeks were so, so hard to get through. Like, I don't actually KNOW how I got through them. Kind of like I just don't know HOW I will get through a workout tonight. It honestly seems impossible.

This morning was the worst so far in terms of how I'm feeling; I dreaded the drive to work, the actual work, and all of the "what if's" that might happen during the day. Operationally speaking, Friday of last week was probably the worst, so that might be why I was feeling so much dread today. There are constantly hard decisions to make, and not even a lick of support to make them. This is why healthcare suffers, you know? Because the people actually having to make the  decisions don't have enough information, resources, time, energy, focus, or support to make them. And all the "support" people who should be helping make those decisions keep handing it off to someone else and that someone else keeps putting it off, and then it hits a critical point and they wonder how it could have possibly gotten to that.

So, a little defeated, to say the least. And already looking for another job! Well, I guess you don't know if you don't try, right?!

bearcountrygg on 05/17/2021:

Donkey on 05/18/2021:
Ugh, I'm so sorry. Well, at least you're starting the job search early.

Don't worry about the 75-Hard right now - you have more important things to focus your energy on - like getting through the workday, saving your sanity.


Jacky82020 on 05/18/2021:
Hope things look up ASAP! HUGS!

horn_of_plenty on 05/18/2021:
oh my, that's a lot of soreness if you hurt while moving in general! hugs, like the others are giving you!

First weeks on a new job are very hard. Especially when you are coming from many years at another one, used to those systems of the old place...

can you go back to old job??? people do this all the time...

also, keep your head up. the first month or two can be some getting used to...wait and see where you are in a couple more weeks. rooting for you. maybe things will turn around. just stay positive and don't complain to anyone.

happy-1 on 05/25/2021:
"Because the people actually having to make the decisions don't have enough information, resources, time, energy, focus, or support to make them. And all the "support" people who should be helping make those decisions keep handing it off to someone else and that someone else keeps putting it off, and then it hits a critical point and they wonder how it could have possibly gotten to that."

Oh I know... That's been my last 4 years. I am paying my OT to just help me figure out what to say to my GP to get her to do what I need... It's not supposed to work that way but it does...

One of the super hard things about being an adult is deciding whether you should just try harder or walk away. It sounds like you're getting worn out partially because you do not have these criteria defined for yourself. That uncertainty will make everything just a little harder than it has to be. A job coach would have you sit down and clarify what this job is supposed to do for you, support your long-term goals, and criteria for identifying red flags that these are not going to happen.

It's a broken system. Don't break your back trying to carry it. Channel that energy into education or a support group to help people find better solutions... and sit out traffic one night a week.

legcramps - Monday May 03, 2021

Weight: 0.0

Well, my first official day of work as a Manager was today! Is it a bad sign that I feel a little like crying?!

I'm hoping it was not a normal day today, if all the days are like this I will be looking for something else pretty quick. It was a very long day and full of all the things that I still need to learn about. I know it will take time, I'm just feeling very, very overwhelmed right now, and without a whole lot of support.

Like I said, hopefully tomorrow will be better! Change is always so tough to get through isn't it.

I am still keeping up with the 75hard challenge, though it is definitely getting more and more difficult to ensure everything gets done in one day. I worked from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm today, so I still have half of my tasks to do. I will likely crash right away, or else I will stay up all night overthinking lol!

Ok girls, I need a lot of happy thoughts to come my way! Help me get through this week!

I may only be able to give quick updates for awhile, so for now I will stop giving a day to day count of my exercise. I hope you are all having a great week so far!

happy-1 on 05/04/2021:
Being a manager would make me want to cry too. Or snarl and yell at people. Let’s all go find a network of caves… or better yet A VAN… DOWN BY THE RIVER!!!

legcramps on 05/04/2021:

happy-1 on 05/04/2021:
Happy thoughts… how much of your workload can you make other people do?

legcramps on 05/04/2021:
Lolz, none

happy-1 on 05/04/2021:
Hot pastrami sandwiches with sauerkraut and pickles

legcramps on 05/04/2021:

happy-1 on 05/04/2021:
Puppies… google puppy swarms

legcramps on 05/04/2021:

bearcountrygg on 05/04/2021:
The first day doing anything is always the hardest.....you are smart.....you are determined...you will do this thing and do it with class!!! I have faith in you!

legcramps on 05/04/2021:
Thank you so much for the support!

Donkey on 05/04/2021:
(((hugs))) I'm sure the first day was completely overwhelming. I find that anywhere from 3 weeks to 6 months is a good indicator to see if the job is right for you. I've had jobs that once I hit that 3 week mark, I knew I'd be OK. Then I had other jobs where as much as I tried, I realized at 6 months that I needed to start looking for something new.

legcramps on 05/04/2021:
This, I need to remember this. Thank you!

horn_of_plenty on 05/05/2021:
i was reading about growth and progress and change...it sure hurts while it's taking place....you'll be fine...keep on! first weeks are HARD....i hope i remember this for the future.

horn_of_plenty on 05/07/2021:
How are you doing, Legs?

happy-1 on 05/12/2021:
Checking in... Are you sinking or swimming? Are you here yet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KekChFdIe00

happy-1 on 05/12/2021:
Checking in... Are you sinking or swimming? Are you here yet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KekChFdIe00

legcramps - Tuesday Apr 27, 2021

Weight: 0.0

April 19 - yoga and walk; burned 234 calories

April 20 - step workout and hike; burned 332 calories

April 21 - bike and walk; burned 404 calories

April 22 - step workout and walk; burned 142 calories 

April 23 - bike and walk; burned 380 calories

April 24 - gym and hike; burned 877 calories

April 25 - yoga and bike; burned 454 calories

April 26 - yoga and bike; burned 412 calories

Still moving forward with the 75 Hard challenge, slowly but surely. Have been busy either orientating the new person to my current job, or trying to orientate to my new job. Official start on Monday! After one orientation day to my new job, i'm feeling a little better about what my responsibilities will be; it was tough when I didn't think I would get any orientation, but thank goodness i've gotten one day so far. Hopefully one more will get me even further in my understanding of the job duties.

Not much else aside from that; this week will probably fly by. Today is really nice out, so I will try to get outside for a walk between the end of my shift and an evening meeting I have to attend. Then it might get cold again for a couple of days. Have a great week all!

bearcountrygg on 04/27/2021:
Hope you enjoy your new job......I can tell you are a hard worker so that will make things a lot easier for you.

Donkey on 04/28/2021:
I applaud you for working the Hero program while in the midst of making these life-changing moves in your life. It would be so easy to say, "Oh I'm starting a new job, I'm putting this on hold for now." Far too easy to do that.

I'm a little sad that your step workout and walk burned only 142 calories. That doesn't seem right to me... Logically, though, you and I both know that it's not the calories burned, but rather the activity itself.

legcramps on 04/29/2021:
In fact, it is the morning workouts that I have been struggling with, so the calories burned were mostly from the walk if you can believe it. I've switched to only doing yoga in the morning instead, because I just can't get into high-intensity exercise so early in the morning LOL. I am a "wake up slowly" kind of person ;) and yoga seems to fit into that routine quite well.

Jacky82020 on 04/28/2021:
You’ll make a great manager!

horn_of_plenty on 04/29/2021:
Like what they all said above, no doubt in my mind you will do great!

Maria7 on 04/29/2021:
I know you are going to do wonderful at your new job and it will become 'old hat' very quickly!

legcramps - Monday Apr 19, 2021

Weight: 0.0

April 12 - 75 Hard starts; yoga and shovel; burned 253 calories

April 13 - bike and shovel; burned 357 calories

April 14 - circuit workout and walk; burned 329 calories

April 15 - bike and walk; burned 562 calories

April 16 - walk and strength workout; burned 585 calories

April 17 - walk, bike and yoga; burned 265 calories

April 18 - yoga, gym workout and walk; burned 914 calories

75 day challenge is no joke! But i'm pacing myself and doing a lot of yoga and walking in there so that hopefully I won't get burned out.

Two more weeks at my current job and then the new one takes over; getting excited! (and still terrified). Orientating the newbie to my position this week, so it will be a busy one.

Have a great week everyone!

horn_of_plenty on 04/19/2021:
Hi Legs,

great workouts on your days above!

You know, i never knew if/when you'd get another job bc it's been such a long time coming.

I am so, so, happy for you and this new job...you will def be OK. it takes time to adjust, but less than you'd think.

have a wonderful week!

Jacky82020 on 04/19/2021:
Great workout! How is the new manager job going?

Donkey on 04/20/2021:
Way to go on the Hero challenge!!!

Maria7 on 04/20/2021:
Happy for you over your new job. I know you will do very well!

Maria7 on 04/23/2021:
Hope you are having a good day.

legcramps - Monday Apr 12, 2021

Weight: 0.0

April 6 - REST

April 7 - WALK; burned unknown calories

April 8 - WALK; BIKE; burned 739 calories

April 9 -  WALK; burned unknown calories

April 10 - BIKE; burned 2,108 calories 

April 11 - REST

I didn't wear my heart rate monitor on my walks last week; they were quick, 20 minute walks while taking a break from work. But i'm counting them as exercise because they were, LOL, my co-worker walks so fast I can barely keep up to her!

Big bike ride on April 10th where I managed 65 kilometres on gravel roads. I cried a little bit on this one. No, really, I did. And then I got over myself and kept going. Until the last few kilometres, where I begged my BF to come back with a vehicle to pick me up! (He did, bless his soul). By that point, I was probably doing more walking than biking.

I slathered myself with all the lotion the rest of Saturday and all of Sunday, and i'm feeling pretty good today. Not like last time at all, thank goodness!

Today I am starting the 75 HARD challenge. You can google it if you want more information. I just purchased the software app for my phone and will do it that way. It's very straightforward - you do five things each day for 75 days. Not easy, busy definitely straightforward. 1 - Complete two 45 minute workouts, one has to be done outside. 2 - Drink a gallon of water. 3 - Pick a diet, any diet. 4 - No cheating, no alcohol. 5 - Read 10 pages of a book (preferably motivational).

This morning I did 45 minutes of yoga. I never get a feeling of accomplishment after doing yoga; I don't burn any real calories, but yet I feel like i'm working so hard! LOL, anyways, it did feel nice to wake up by stretching my body, and it was a beginner class that I found on You Tube and worked perfectly for me.

Second workout will likely be shovelling snow after work. It started snowing early Sunday morning and hasn't really stopped since.

KathyBlue on 04/13/2021:
I think the feeling of accomplishment after yoga should be some kind of refreshing feeling, body should feel more flexible or something like that. Not exactly muscle soreness but some kind of overall well being feeling. 75 HARD is the name of the challenge? I also have two apps on my phone for exercise, one is Asana Rebel and the other is the downward dog series which i don't recall the exact name but they both look awesome. I have them since Feb and haven't done a single workout program from them ever since because I would need to sit down and study them first and I just can't get that kind of peace of mind + patience to actually do that, lol!

legcramps on 04/13/2021:
Yes, 75 HARD. This morning when I woke up I didn't know how I was going to get in a morning workout. And then, I just did it. The point of the challenge is to prove to ourselves that we can accomplish all kinds of things if we just put our mind to it. Or, stop thinking and just DO it LOL!

Donkey on 04/13/2021:
I agree with your assessment of yoga. Minimal calories, no steps (very few, if you're counting steps). I know that you know that there are other benefits to doing yoga. It's just a different mindset. Good for you!

legcramps on 04/13/2021:
Yes, absolutely! Yoga has always been a sort of nemesis; I know the benefits but am very much a "see the results" type of person. If I could "feel the results", yoga would be something I would do way more often, as it elicits such a feeling of peace and goodwill!

Jacky82020 on 04/13/2021:
Will google your challenge. Sounds too hard for me, LOL.

legcramps on 04/13/2021:
Nothing is too hard for you!

Jacky82020 on 04/13/2021:
Awe.... you’re so sweet!

horn_of_plenty on 04/13/2021:
LOL. i once also went on a few walks with one woman i know who walked too fast for me! ugh. the struggle. it was so embarassing....and she's a smoker, but i think quit once she got pregnant!

that bike ride sounds so painful, i'm guessing lots of jumps and bumping along while riding!

Donkey on 04/14/2021:
I tried doing the HERO plan last Fall. I have a FB "friend" who has always been fighting her weight. She continually fails at weight loss. She became a certified personal trainer, but still laments her weight.

She gathered up a group of FB friends and we were all doing it for a couple of weeks. Then she fell off the wagon, and declared that we'd be starting the 75 days over again. OK, we were all on board.

A couple of weeks later, she lamented that the 2nd workout was really stressing her out, and she would not be doing the HERO challenge any more. We could continue, as a group, and she would cheer us on, but believe me, we all dropped out very quickly.

I've learned not to take her too seriously.

legcramps on 04/19/2021:
LOL, too funny. I am much more of a "finish what you start" mentality.

bearcountrygg on 04/15/2021:
Have you started your new job yet?

legcramps on 04/19/2021:
Two more weeks!

legcramps - Tuesday Apr 06, 2021

Weight: 0.0

March 29 - REST

March 30 - worked over 12 hours today; last gym shift!

March 31 - walk; burned 295 calories

April 1 - walk; burned 301 calories

April 2 - travelled 10 hours today to pick up BF's daughter for the weekend

April 3 - hike; burned 340 calories

April 4 - bike; burned 726 calories

April 5 - walk; burned 479 calories

A lot of walking done last week; it is still a bit too wet and muddy to hike, and a little too windy and cold to bike. My body is telling me today should be a rest day. 

Well, I have some news! One of the recent interviews I was invited to participate in has payed off, and i've been offered a promotion into management! It will include a longer commute than the current 5 minutes it takes me to get to work ;) and a completely new environment full of all kinds of challenges.

If all goes according to plan, new job will begin in May and I will become incredibly busy trying to figure it all out. I am a little concerned that the scope of the job will be too much too soon, but there are kind people around me who think I have the stuff required to get the job done. So for now, I will choose to believe that they believe in me, and try to stop jumping on the imposter syndrome bandwagon.

In the end, it will be what it will be. At least I won't regret not trying, and if it doesn't work out then, that's okay, i'll figure it out. I have faith that I can take a risk and be strong enough to handle the outcome, whatever it might be. 

I guess ending my weekly shifts at the gym was pretty good timing, huh?!

bearcountrygg on 04/06/2021:
Congratulations on the new management promotion!!! You are such a hard worker that I'm sure you will will do great!!! Looks like wonderful things ahead for you!

legcramps on 04/06/2021:
Thank you so much! I'm excited!!

Jacky82020 on 04/06/2021:
Congrats! You’ll do great!!!!

legcramps on 04/08/2021:
Thank you!

Maria7 on 04/06/2021:
Congratulations to you!!! So HAPPY for you! I believe it will work out wonderfully. You will learn it as you go. When I was working (retired now), I had a lot of on the job training for different positions I held and new friends to help me learn what I needed to know. Before long, it was all 'old school' to me. When they picked you, they picked a WINNER for real!!!

legcramps on 04/08/2021:
Thanks Maria :) I hope it works out, and you're right - I will learn more as I go!

Donkey on 04/07/2021:
Congratulations!!! There's a learning curve with every new endeavor, and people know that.

I guess it IS a good thing that your stint at the gym ended. Sounds like the stars are lining up for you. And it's not like it's gone or lost forever. You'll have that experience and education with you always. Who knows how life might circle back.

legcramps on 04/08/2021:
You're right, I will always have my fitness knowledge and as long as I keep up my continuing education I will never lose it. Thank you!

Maria7 on 04/08/2021:
Hope you are having a good day!

horn_of_plenty on 04/08/2021:
what does it mean when you wrote in your schedule "Last Gym Shift!"

I can relate to your body telling you to rest. I am getting better myself at knowing when to give myself a breather. It's good to rest after a lot of exertion. you will grow your strength.

In terms of nerves and what a new job entails, that is exactly what made me anxious about this new job (i've had it only just over 3 months). I will tell you, by a couple months in, you will feel good about it.

Congratulations! You were hoping for this for a long time. I know you will do well, Legs!

legcramps on 04/09/2021:
I worked my last shift at the gym at the end of March; no more gym shifts for me, so that I can focus on doing well in my new job!

KathyBlue on 04/10/2021:
Wow good job on those walks and biking, sounds intense! The body needs rest too, agree. Recovery also burns calories and all the balance we keep between workouts and rest, plus the conscious healthy eating will help shaping the body with muscles and hydration.

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