Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ailing Ambitions

In an annual performance review and goal setting meeting, one of my best managers to date told me that I should set goals for myself that give me an uneasy feeling in the pit of my stomach.  She explained that … Continue reading

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Reality Bites

You know when you can tell that your jeans are getting a little bit tighter so you just start wearing more sweatpants…? Or when your favorite football team continues to have losing season after losing season so you stop tuning … Continue reading

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Clumsy Chronicles | Part I

Happy Friday! I miss pictures on Balanced Footsteps.  Don’t you?!  I’m anxious to divulge my new veganish breakfast but don’t think words look as tasty on the screen. How are you supposed to understand the deliciousness of the bread I … Continue reading

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It’s supposed to be over one hundred degrees here today.  Luckily, in terms of weathering the heat, I spend the majority of my weekdays inside an air conditioned office, but this morning I was certainly racing the sun, literally. We … Continue reading

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A Run to Remember

Dear Bethtober, This morning you went for a run and as a result today has been a much more enjoyable, productive and fulfilling day than you have experienced in awhile; the fact that its Friday doesn’t hurt either. 😉 Your … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts

I had the most wonderful run through my new neighborhood this morning.  I’ll be honest, it has been very difficult to peel myself out of bed in the morning and get back into a regular running routine here in Sacramento.  … Continue reading

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6 years ago…

This time six years ago I was starting a new job, my first in the healthcare industry.  I had been living with my parents for a couple of months following college and after years in school and living in various … Continue reading

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