I'm enjoying the challenges and duties of the new gig (as a copywriter), and there are numerous benefits to the work environment -- such as a relaxed (read: noncorporate) workplace, close location (5 minutes from my house!), entrepreneurial (aka freewheeling) spirit, etc.
But I'm also noticing that my clothes are starting to get a little tighter each week. Now that I'm basically sitting for eight hours a day, exercising a little less and eating out a little more, the weight has started creeping on.
Hoo-boy: I'd better watch out, or the weight could pile on before I realize it. I've been trying to do things like walk down the stairs and around the office several times a day, take a 15-minute brisk walk a couple of times a week, etc. But obviously these actions aren't quite cutting it. What I really have to do is cut down on my calories.
So: Farewell, Dove Dark Chocolate Promises. ... sigh .... I'll miss you ....