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Winter blues

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Not much of a winter this year, which is actually great, but still getting the winter blues. I can not wait to see some green grass and get some sunshine. But that instantly makes me think about the weight I still carry around and how much less easy it easy to hide behind some big winterclothes. Although by now there is not much hiding anymore, it's probably more in my head.
Yesterday I fell off the healthwagon, eating some low calorie cookies, too many low calories makes too many calories haha, but proud to say that I faced today with good spirit and determination. A new day. Better choices. A first for me since I usually feel that one failure leads to constant failure.
Still working on the desk/office issue but will get it done. Water intake good so far.
So tomorrow I will finish this desk and make one long overdue phone call. And eat more fruit. And that is a plan!

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QUEEN_REINA 2/18/2012 9:30AM

    Good job, letting it go and starting fresh today. I'm proud of you!
I know what you mean about the winter blues, I"m so tired of winter I could die but also worried because the weather has been so "off" this year...

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TRESSWANN 2/17/2012 6:57PM

    My personal theory of winter is that it's over Feb 29. So I wear bright clothes and colors unless of course it snows but it can't get me down. I turn the switch for spriing on

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    I read your yesterday's blog today and wonder how you made out with your plans. I, too, fall into bad habits way too often for my liking. Thanks to Spark People, I have gradually gotten away from wallowing in a sense of failure; I just start over the next day. I have to constantly fight my desire for sweets. It frustrates me that I want to overeat and I know doing that will make me feel sluggish, yet I do it anyway. emoticon
Thank goodness for my Spark Friends and their support! And thank goodness for the oft quoted phrase, "...tomorrow is another day!"

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