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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

I work as an office manager at a private school. Needless to say the last few weeks have been more then busy for me. My days are not long enough, my kids are excited, yet tired from being at school, working out as soon as I get home, dinner, bath, bedtime, laundry, dishes, this and that and all of those lovely domestic goddess duties.

I am lacking energy, big time. I am lacking hunger, having a hard time getting my calories in, which is horrible, because now I am lacking any weight loss on the scale- sigh.

Sleep is lacking as well- I have been having crazy strange dreams!

So, I must revamp, re-evaluate, re-organize my time! This past weekend was really busy, I don't know where the hours went! This coming weekend is going to be just as busy. My boyfriend is involved in a fitness challenge Saturday, then home to host a birthday party for my son with family and friends. While, yes, this will all be fun, the thought of cleaning the house, prepping for a party, shopping, wrapping, goodies bags, cake- it's a bit overwhelming!

Deep breath...I need to catch up on here too!

I need a few more hours of the day, and a few more hours of sleep!


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    I have often said that I need more hours in the day. Oh well.... Spark on my friend. Love, Dawn emoticon

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FABAT402009 9/14/2010 10:18PM

    I wish I could offer some sound advice but scheduling is not one of my best skills.

What I will say is make sure even if it's only 5 minutes every couple of hours, to sneak away from the madness and breathe!

Tonight while working I threw on my Ipod, hit the shuffle option and rocked to the beats while trying to get a couple of things accomplished. Just the sounds of great music sometimes makes the world seem more at ease.

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