Daily Diary Entries
Day 134 – 135 – The Client & A ColdNovember 8th, 2013 by David
The beginning of the week was manic, I had my client flying in from the US which meant that I had to undergo a series of presentations and audits on our operations. As a result I have been stuck in meetings and presentations for the majority of the time in the firing line. All the hard work, long hours and stress leading up to this time has resulted in me coming down with a cold. Now I was quite surprised about this at first because I have been taking echinacea, vitamins, exercising and eating extremely healthy. Before embarking on my weight loss and lifestyle change journey the only time I would ever come down cialisonline-onlinebestrx with a cold is if I had been partying for an extended period and the alcohol abuse had weakened my immune system. However once I realized that the lack of
sleep and over working was the cause of weakening my immune system I genericcialis-cheaprxstore.com made sure that I made some allowances in order for me to recover as quick as possible. Firstly I made sure that I got some sleep, this is obvious but it is surprising how difficult it is to get all of your tasks done and 8 hours sleep in a day. Secondly I stopped training as I did not want to keep pushing my body whilst it was struggling with keeping http://genericcialis-cheaprxstore.com/ up anyway and infection. These allowances have helped me to feel better quicker and I can resume my training regime sooner than I had instantly thought. Also it means that I am going to be back at full fitness for a weekend of travel to Karaganda and Astana for Raushana’s birthday which I am very much looking forward to.
I received official confirmation from Virgin this week that I have my place in the London Marathon. Although Buttle UK who I am running on behalf of had agreed to me http://genericviagra-bestrxonline.com/ representing them I was still waiting for this news which was a great relief. As a result of this cialis online news and my illness this week I spent some time reprogramming my training regime. With a delay in my training I have eaten into my reserve time which although at this stage won’t affect my schedule it does reduce the buffer of time. Obviously I am keen to have in reserve as much time as possible, as part of my risk management program, one of my big risks is going to be injury which increases with the more miles that are covered. Reducing risk through mitigation and management is a key factor for my success.