Slightly Frustrated - Please share your tips

Thursday, April 12, 2012

I have been feeling slightly frustrated lately. Even though I am single and have no kids. It seems I have no time for myself. I put work (I work two jobs) and helping everyone else ahead of me.

I recently had a bought of stressed induced shingles. That was minimum because I try not to get stressed. The doctor said it was my body telling me I needed to start paying attention to it, and may not have been stress from work (I've been putting in really long hours, working through lunch, etc). I have not been diligent about eating healthy or tracking my nutrition. It's been grab n go since November.

Now I am in a foot / ankle cast so working out has put a little bit of a wrench into a fitness routine.

I'm curious as to what other members do to change the process from putting themselves last, to making them a priority. I'm also looking for help in what type of exercising can be done while wearing a foot / ankle casts that will still help me to build up a sweat or else create more tone definition since I'm not sure I am allowed in my gym while having the cast. (I did send them an e-mail to see if I can at least do upper body work, I'm waiting to hear back). P.S. The cast will be on for a few months, which is why I am getting frustrated and it's been less than a week.

Thanks for at least reading my post, venting my frustrations. Have a great day!
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    Buy a page a day diary and begin planning. Doesn't really matter what you plan initially - I started planning nice things - simple things and I reflect on what I want.

    Learnt the reflective diary type stuff when I went back to Uni in my 30's and it has changed my life unbelievably... +Mark

    Hope this helps...
    2111 days ago
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