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Refocusing (AGAIN)! after a rough week....

Monday, September 26, 2011


Recooping from a rough week, and trying to get out of this funk that I have been in. A mild to moderate depression is something that is a constant battle for me, and I feel like I am always just fighting to stay above water, or falling deeper and deeper at a too fast of a rate. I'm thinking about joining Anytime Fitness again, but I have a hard time paying that kind of money and I'm torn about whether or not I can justify it! But I know getting out of the house is something I need to do!

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  • DRKEYEZ820
    HEATHERRRRRRRR! LOVEDDDDDDDDDDDD THIS BLOGGGGGG!

    It was very pumped, but it was also very personal.

    I deal with depression too girly, sometimes its VERY hard to come out of the "funk" and i usually have to dig VERY deep to climb out of the whole i get into. With scale this past week started it, and then the weekend my husband has been very....mean i guess i could say... just brought me down even more. So i know how difficult it can be, and i wanted so badly to get in more exercise.....instead i ate a muffin lol.

    Ummm if you HAVE the money to spend on a gym membership i would.... I so wish i had the money to get a gym membership but even more so someone to go with me. Im more of an outdoorsy type of person, so winter makes me get less exercise. And im a stay at home mom, so im ALWAYS in this house to begin with, i wish i had somewhere to go and someone to hang out with here, so i wasnt trapped here day in and day out. So if i had the money and the opportunity to go to the gym i would. Thats just me lol.

    AND IM SO PUMPED FOR OUR CHALLENGE! I really feel like its gonna get me to stay focused more. Lets DO THIS GIRL! Lets BRING OUR SEXY BACK!
    2128 days ago
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