UGH. My exercise has been crap. I've been applying to jobs like crazy, and I think maybe because I only have one job to put on my resume could be a problem? I was there 7 years, since just before I turned 18, but... I don't know.
I've been depressed and discouraged lately, which doesn't help my energy levels.
Hmm. I can't remember meals that far back.
Most breakfasts have been meat/veggie/gravy slop on a piece of bread. Except once, we had salmon on lettuce instead!
Most lunches are yogurt and egg salad sandwich.
I always MEAN to skip supper, and always end up eating something anyway. Usually cottage cheese and fruit. Last night was pizza. Again. >.<
I know I'm getting way too much bread. At this house, the importance of foods, in order from highest to lowest is: bread, meat, dairy, vegetables. I get a lot of fruit because it's ripe and growing on trees here so I can pick it whenever I want. Once that's gone, I won't be getting even that. But vegetable-wise, there's only a little bit of frozen mixed vegetables or corn in the morning slop and that's it. I REALLY gotta get a job so I can buy my own vegetable things to snack on!
Been working on my rolls. Still hurting my shoulder. I guess that's an improvement from when I last worked on them. I was always banging my non-rolling elbow into the ground. I think that was because I didn't have enough momentum. Now I have enough, but I have to deal with this shoulder thing.
Box jumping several times a day on that 15 inch wall at the shop. I have it totally conquered, and now I'm trying to figure out how to make it more challenging again, because I can't find any way to make it taller.
Thoroughly explored the yards at the shop and the house trying to find something to do pull-ups on. At the house, there is that beam along the back porch, but I have to jump up to get it, so I can't do negatives very well. At the shop, there are some fig tree branches low enough, but to be strong enough (the fig is really flexible. It doesn't hold weight well) the branches have to be the big fat ones, and the bark is so smooth I can't get a grip. My hands slide right off. There are a few plum branches low enough, but they can't hold my weight. A young rogue tree is growing right behind the storage building, and it has to get chopped down soon. If I step up on the lowest thick branch (about a foot from the ground) and grab the top branches, I can bend the sapling down to chin level, but that isn't really much help. There were some really awesome trees at the house when we moved here, but grandpa had them chopped down a week later so he could plant his dwarf fruit trees. <
Those aren't good for climbing or pull-ups, or anything AT ALL.
Yesterday I measured across the shop back yard. It's about 105 feet. It did lunges across that, and was going to try burpees, but got called in to tend the shop while my aunt ran some errands. While she was gone, I tried putting my hands on the arms of a chair (the arms were 7" up from the seat) and jumping my feet into the chair. I've tried before and always failed. Hands were about a foot back from the front of the seat. By concentrated on pulling my knees into my chest instead of jumping my feet high enough, I easily planted my feet onto the seat of the chair! Hurray! Then I tried moving my hands to the front of the chair so I'd have to tuck harder. Fail. I have a bruise on one shin and a long rug burn down the front of the other. Oh well. Gotta work on tucking some more.
It's 7:00 am now, and I gotta go mow the lawn. I'll try to remember to keep this updated better!