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so it's the shiny exciting after all instead of the safer option, do I see that right? Whichever you choose, I am sure it will be wonderful, if not in all ways, because hardly anything ever is, but in many :) 

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Just now, lucky fire dragon said:

so it's the shiny exciting after all instead of the safer option, do I see that right? Whichever you choose, I am sure it will be wonderful, if not in all ways, because hardly anything ever is, but in many :) 

Yeah, this is the one that requires moving and will be in a different place with people that I don't know yet. I'm excited about my potential future colleagues, the way that they've broken down my time, and the ability to teach. We shall see how it turns out in reality!

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brave hobbit as always! You will rock it and I hope you will make great new friends there too. New city can be a turning point for things you'd like to start afresh as well, can't it? Oooooooooh this is all so exciting!!!!

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6 minutes ago, lucky fire dragon said:

brave hobbit as always! You will rock it and I hope you will make great new friends there too. New city can be a turning point for things you'd like to start afresh as well, can't it? Oooooooooh this is all so exciting!!!!

Yes. I haven't really started playing around with new ideas, but there's a certain excitement to every type of fresh start.

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5 minutes ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

I know something about how they treat residents and fellows. You grump all you need to, this is a safe space.

Yeah... thanks!

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Monday w1d1

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- dinner was distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: one legged stands, isometric holds 5 sec x10 (inversion, eversion, dorsi and plantarflexion)

 

Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated for 10 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: sticking with my challenge, collegial attending, strong resident

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44 minutes ago, annyshay said:

sticking with my challenge

 

Yes you are. Proud of you.

 

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21 hours ago, annyshay said:

Yeah, this is the one that requires moving and will be in a different place with people that I don't know yet. I'm excited about my potential future colleagues, the way that they've broken down my time, and the ability to teach. We shall see how it turns out in reality!

:D:D:D 

 

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Tuesday w1d2

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- breakfast was distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: one legged stands, isometric holds 5 sec x10 (inversion, eversion, dorsi and plantarflexion)

 

Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated for 10 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: hero TV shows, cancelled consults, extra residents

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Wednesday w1d3

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- no meals were distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: one legged stands

 

Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated for 10 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: Rx bars, meditation, headphones

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8 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

They are so good! I like the dark chocolate ones and the peanut butter ones.

YES. The new mixed berry ones were surprisingly good as well.

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13 hours ago, annyshay said:

Rx bars

 

So good. I had to get used to the chewiness on the first try, but I loved the taste, and I felt full after eating one.

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Thursday w1d4

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- no meals were distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: one legged stands

 

Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated for 10 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: a strong team, strong tea, delivery food

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Friday w1d5

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- no meals were distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: one legged stands

 

Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated for 10 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: not on call tonight, Gungor, chili

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Saturday w1d6

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- brunch and dinner were distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: REST

- yoga (Alignment in Standing Poses on doyogawithme.com)


Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated for 30 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: weekends, yoga, pajamas

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Sunday w1d7

 

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Eat

- filled both of my water bottles

- second breakfast was distraction free

 

Move

- PT exercises: isometric holds 5sec x10 each (inversion, eversion, dorsi and plantarflexion), one legged stands

 

Think

- completed morning pages

- meditated 10 minutes with insight timer

- gratitude: The Force Awakens, friends to chat with, making new plans

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Week 1 Summary

 

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Eat

- filled my water bottles 7/7

- distraction free meal 4/7

 

Move

- PT exercises 6/7

- yoga x1

 

Think

- morning pages 7/7

- meditating 7/7

- gratitude 7/7

 

Not bad at all. I'd like to work on the distraction free meals being more consistent. I'd also like to start gathering data about how much walking I can do until my foot starts complaining.

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7 hours ago, Mad Hatter said:

How is your foot doing now? Any improvements?

It actually feels pretty badly again with all the walking that I'm doing for work. The weekend made it so that I'm feeling ok again, but we'll see how long it lasts. :(

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10 hours ago, Mad Hatter said:

How is your foot doing now? Any improvements?

 

So I know I was gone way too long, what happened to your foot Shay?

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