Week 4 and boy what a week. Here come the stats
Net Wealth Gain: $56.28
I slacked of a bit at work and took some early finishes, and splurged a little for a BBQ a friend hosted.
Jobs applied for:1
I applied for a Graduate Analyst - Corporate Finance. Haven't heard anything yet, and since the ad said they'd only contact applicants they're interested in, that doesn't bode well. But it's a start. Plus it was in Sydney, which could have been an interesting change of scenery.
Net Calories: 105
Note this is a positive no. A small one, but still represents a whole lot more eating. I blame Coles and their special Australia Day Lamington ice cream. Take that out and I would have had a really good week. A slap on the wrist for that one, and a reminder to not let curiosity overcome willpower.
Fitocracy points: 80
This represents the walk to the local shopping centre to do my grocery shopping.
Fitocracy level: 6 (no change)
Bike riding: 342km*
I wasn't able to check the precise odometer reading last night as I left my bike in the city and got a lift home with a coworker due to the bad weather, so this is based on the reading tonight less how far I rode this evening.
Books read: 1
While still work through A Game of Thrones, I did make a diversion with one of my Bookfest acquisitions, the promisingly titled "Answers to the Cultist at Your Door". Alas, the answers it put forward were why Born-Again Christianity is the right path to god, and here are the scriptural points to show why Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Hare Krishna's and Moonies are wrong even though they say they believe in Jesus. I guess I was hoping for something more along the lines of The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, and boy was I disappointed.
Darts: I didn't do this this week as I had no power last night and my contacts are getting to the blurry and uncomfortable stage that says it's time to take them out for the day.