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Wearing big, loose pajamas to work

I just got back from my annual vacation with my group of friends and we have all returned tan, relaxed, kind of ready to go back to work, and heavier. A lot heavier. It is amazing what ten days of eating and drinking can do to months of hard work.

Everyone was talking about how they were going to get back in shape when we returned to our real lives. Some were talking about doing the cave man diet, some were going to count points, others were going to hit the gym like crazy.

I was talking to my dear friend (who also is a personal trainer and nutrition guru) and she said it is all about making decent choices. Don’t get the fried food, limit your sugar, go for a walk; pretty simple stuff. I thought about this advice as I was eating ice cream tonight (it is just really too hot to have anything else) and thought…well, I guess I’ll start tomorrow.

Days like this I am pretty excited that I get to wear big, loose pajamas to work!

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Rebekah Child

Rebekah Child attended the University of Southern California for her bachelor's in nursing and decided to brave the academic waters and return for her master's in nursing education, graduating in 2003 from Mount St. Mary's. Rebekah has also taught nursing clinical and theory at numerous Southern California nursing schools and has been an emergency nurse since 2002. She is currently one of the clinical educators for an emergency department in Southern California and a student (again!) in the doctoral program at the University of California, Los Angeles.
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  1. sardine

    I also like the fact that my work attire is much cheaper than maintaining a “professional” wardrobe. My unit is required to wear royal blue, so my biggest decision when getting dressed for work is, “Do I want to wear the straight leg or flare leg today?”

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