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"Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity."

Just wanted to update you guys on my fitness progress. Tomorrow is week 1 day 3 of my c25k on the stationary. I'm enjoying it, on my rest days I still bike, but I just don't do interval training. I did 10 miles the other day. :)


I never thought I'd be here, things are only getting better, I've never been more ready for a change like this before in my life. I know a looooooong time ago I had mentioned (and then deleted the post) that I was considering going to school to become a nutritionist. I can't afford the debt, but I'd still love to help people in that way. My doc told me I should consider becoming a certified sports/fitness nutritionist. I could work in a gym and  counsel people on eating for health and weight loss. I'm considering doing that once I get closer to goal. Maybe during my 3rd 4 month goal cycle. 


A lot of things are going on right now, I don't want to get too into it, some of you are aware I'm looking for a second job, I'll be sure to update about my next interview as soon as I hear something. I think it's something you could all totally get behind. It's something I was terrified to even apply for to be totally honest, but..You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. -Wayne Gretzky 


Wish me luck. 


Anyhow, in case any of you haven't checked out my Personal Challenges/Goals page Last month I clocked 780 fitness minutes. I'm pretty excited, I would love to hit 900-1000 for this month. I'm going to crush my spark fitness goal. 

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  1. Congrats. I'm glad things are going well for you... isn't it amazing when you realize that you're doing something that you never thought you would be able to?

    Also, I don't know what your career background is like, or if you can commit to 40hrs a week with your health issues, but Duquesne University is hiring a full time dispatcher for the police department. You might want to check it out.

    http://www.duq.edu/hr/employment/postings-support-full.cfm#PCO

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  2. 780 Fitness Miles is awesome! Wow. I loved reading this post. A sports/fitness nutritionist sounds like an exciting goal to me. Good luck with the decisions and perhaps the funding to do what you want to do.

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