I haven't had a day off in over three weeks.
This is my third seven-day work week. I'm getting a little burned out.
And what's more, I haven't had time to write cool new articles for my blog! I have a new spinning workout that's only half-done, and will probably remain only half-done at least until Friday.
This business is so weird; it's either feast or famine. Two weeks ago, I was complaining that I wasn't getting enough business. And now? I was booked solid from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. today (fortunately, my last appointments canceled, and I got to go home and take a nap). I had four 12+ hour days this last week. Sometimes they start at 5:00 a.m. Which isn't so bad if I'm waking up to swim or run or something. But waking up to work? Not so much. Because then when do I swim and run?
Needless to say, this situation is not conducive to my training. And my body is starting to rebel. It's saying, "Hey, you better let up or I'm going to get sick, and then where will you be?" I've been drinking antioxidants and munching on zinc, trying to keep my body in line. But the stress of training is something I haven't wanted to chance for the last couple days.
At any rate, my half Ironman program (!) starts next Wednesday, so I'm going to have to find some balance in my life, some sanity. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.