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:: Friday, January 21, 2005 ::

Scale Woes

Getting on a scale can be real bad news. I thought Megan's scale was off because, gosh, I couldn't weigh that much... but no such luck. I'm taking advantage of the National Body Challenge being put on by the Discovery channel. Free stuff on e-diets, eight weeks membership at Bally's, all kinds of info. The websites say I should have 1200-1300 calories a day, which seems like so little to me. >_< I do awesome until dinner, when I go to the dining hall and there are no healthy options to be found. And it's hard to count calories when you only have three bites of something because it tastes so bad. :P

I'm working out, too! The Wellness Center has crappy hours this week, but I managed to get down there today for a half an hour split between the bike and the eliptical trainer. Coming out of the gym is the best part, as you've actually done something for yourself. Now I just have to keep it up.

The SKN drama continues. I'm hoping to get into the MW afternoon Journalism class, and have two more to try at as backups. I need this class to graduate, so wish me luck!

First week (two days! Ha!) of classes went well. My Urban Design class kicks major butt. And there's even a couple of people I know in it! Planning ringers and Brian, a Soc Ph.D. candidate. Awesomely cool fella. The reading for this class will be something else, but I'm interested in the material, so it shouldn't be too bad.

This is my last semester of college, and I'm going to shine! Gambarimasu!

:: Kazen @ Always Doing 7:39 PM [+] ::
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Hehe. I put myself on a reward system. When I work out, I set money aside for something I want to buy. Also keeps me from impluse buying a bunch of crap, which is another problem I have in addition to being lazy.
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