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September 24, 2008

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millicent

The weekend is fast approaching, so that will offer time to revive. As for the daily exercise-sometimes you have to let it go. At least there's the walk to/from the subway!

Courtney

when I was in my 20s, I was living a crazy life like you. I was determined not to let my RA slow me down. Once I hit 30, I had no choice but to slow down. I don't know if it was because I was older or because of the RA. But, I have no regrets about living life to the fullest when I was younger. That is what your 20s are for! Oh, about the exercise, life happens -- so don't worry about it. I am sure with all of your running around -- you worked some calories off.

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Sara

that's a good way to look at it! I'd like to think I have burned some calories off running around like a crazy person.

Hmmm-if it all changes at 30 (with RA), I've got approximately a week and half left before I'm going to have to figure out how to slow down!!!!!

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