So Very Grumpy

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Ugh. I woke up super grumpy today and I just can't shake it. Everything is frustrating me. I know that in the past (ha ha! Well, a week and a half ago is still the past, right?), I'd be eating everything in sight to make myself feel better or to distract myself. I guess I can be pretty proud, because I haven't done that at all today!

I've been trying to keep my hands and my mind busy, though. I took out the lace shawl I started when Zachy was in the hospital last year and found my place and started up again. It really is lovely and I need to finish it. Knitting helps. Sipping tea helps. But honestly, the pantry is starting to call to me.

I'm going to let my late lunch settle for 10 more minutes or so, and then I'm going to head up and do my workout for today while the munchkins are still napping.
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    emoticon Keep up the good work :) Every journey starts with that first step. Sounds like you have a few days in your hip pocket already. keep heading forward ;) emoticon
    2965 days ago
    I'm glad to know I'm not the only grumpy one today! I feel like I should be wearing a name tag that says "Hello, my name is Miss Crabby Pants." Good for you though, in not turning to food, it is an awesome feeling on the days we can avoid giving into the emotional eating pull isn't it?
    2965 days ago
  • MARTI96
    I can completely relate! I am 36 & have 5 kids. I need to loose 60-80 lbs. It seems to me my belly controls my mood too. I have found that chewing gum has helped alittle & my other refuge is to take a book or maganzine & have a bubble bath just to take my mind off of it. Sometimes just brushing my teeth helps since stuff tastes kind of bad. My ideas aren't great but they helped some. Good Luck!
    2965 days ago
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