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Anxiety Turned into Determination

Saturday, August 04, 2012

My anxiety of Thursday gave me a swift kick that I desperately needed. I woke up yesterday with a renewed determination to get things accomplished and get my life back in the direction that I want it to go.

I spent the afternoon doing some research and found out some things that I needed for my divorce proceedings. It felt good to feel like I accomplished something as I sent the paperwork to the lawyer.

I got the schedule of fall classes for the local community college in the mail yesterday. There are definitely a couple classes that I'd like to take. I just need to get my finances in order so I can register. It would feel good to brush up on things and to make myself more marketable in this lovely economy that we are in.

I am hoping that this renewed determination will continue for awhile. I am making it a goal to have it last at least through the end of the month.
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    Good to hear you're turning this around to your advantage....My dd told me about an intro class they have at the local rec centre, where you for about $35, you can try 3 different fitness classes 3 or 4 days a week for 3 months...How could I not sign up... Usually it is $46 a mth.... and I have been putting that expense off, but I really do have to figure out what is important to me and then realize I am worth it and do it. I took my client to the gym yesterday and I really enjoyed it, but as usual with my life, things are about to change again, so don't know what for sure or when. Am considering buying an apt. building with dh and have living space and also an income... exploring options.... emoticon emoticon
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    Congrats sounds like great plans!
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