Weekly Update: No rest for the wicked

Wow, this week was a busy week. There were some definite successes, and some sad failures. However, the successes outnumber the failures, so I’m chalking last week up in the win column.

On the exercise column, I managed to do 95km. Not the 100km I was targeting, but closer than last week. With any luck, I’ll nail the target distances this week, but I’m already seeing some weight declines and some increases in muscle tone from the biking and my other exercise, so I’ll take it.

On the sleep front, I only really slept properly one night of the week, but that single night might be what kept me sane! Considering that an incredible flu season is upon is, I need to make a point of taking those small steps, like sufficient sleep, that will keep me healthy.

As to reading, I haven’t finished another book this week, but I did get the chance to participate in a Google+ hangout with Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch about their book, APE (check out my review), so that was pretty exciting. Check it out here:

Aside from that, I’ve been doing a lot of reading in great blogs I find on the web. Here are a few of the articles that caught my attention this week:

Seasonal Blogging on I Heart Budgets

Pros and Cons of Living with Extended Family on The Frugal Path – this is a challenge some people I know are facing now.

Why Project Managers Fail on Work Save Live – this strikes close to home as I’m managing a large project at work now!

Healthy Living isn’t Expensive Living – on FitFinancials.

Have a great week!

5 thoughts on “Weekly Update: No rest for the wicked

    1. Alex Post author

      I was invited in! If you follow along, they usually put out an invite if there are any open spaces at the last minute. It’s a great chance to get some “face” time with some amazing authors!

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