Reading that strategy guide, though it really isn't too deep and didn't contain much that was new, helped. It gave me confidence in things I intuited were good strategems, but waffled on implementing.
Went to the gym yesterday. I tried to clean 185, racked it and had to dump it. I should start throwing in some front squats soon, since I'm racking heavy enough weights that the recovery is a problem, but my back squat numbers indicate I have enough raw strength to do it.
I'm running around all over the place these days. I need to do something to guarantee that I can hit the gym frequently enough. Today is a rest day, but if I don't think of anything, I'll be out of the gym until Friday because of activities in the evenings. I think I'll cope by using one of my coworker's strategies: coming in terribly early in the morning and leaving early. That should give enough time to go to the gym after work. Tomorrow is photographer, Wednesday is gaming, Thursday is dinner with friends of R that I have to meet.
Crap, I think I should start looking for new apartments, since I'm moving August 1st. AAAAH.
Crap, I think I should start booking venues for receptions, since I'm getting married October 18th. AAAAH.
I think I need more fiber. I've been lazy about it. Oh well.
I just remembered one more thing I have to do at work. Whoops! That was about to fall off the ol' radar. I'll do it tomorrow... morning. I just noticed I have a helluva lot of meetings tomorrow. Back-to-back.
I really should find out why my back is sore. Picking up heavy things helps it and I am gradually getting more flexible all over, but, well, I've been mentioning it in diaries for years.
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