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sick, and sick and tired of excuses! lol

Monday, December 03, 2012

I've been sick for an entire week now, and it sucks since I haven't really been able to get a break and it isn't pretty trying to teach when you have a runny nose and a high fever. I don't know what i would rather have a runny nose or a stuffy nose, since now that my nose is all stuffed up I have a huge headache that has lasted for the last three days, ear ache, soar throat and body aches. I know I need to go to the doctor and pronto but I can't even get myself to do that either.
Even though I've been sick that is not what has me as blue as this page, well maybe a little lol. I have lost the motivation for anything. I am so tired lately that all i want to do is throw myself in bed and not get up for weeks if possible. I am thinking of asking for a week off from work, but I don't know how that will work out with my boss especially being the holiday season and we are already understaffed. Also, I haven't done much in the work out division. The time change really sucks! I get off from work at 5:30-6 by that time its almost pitch black outside and it makes me feel depressed that i can't go to my walks, and since I moved I had to sell my treadmill being that i live upstairs and the machine makes too much noise.
I do walk around the mall near my job but that isn't going as well, it doesnt make me feel like i've accomplished much.
Writing this makes me realize all the excuses I have come up with! LOL just need to get myself together, dust me off and start doing something. I am going to take my tv to get repaired and I will start my work out regime again, I can do WATP and some strength training right? Hopefully spring comes along fast and the days get brighter so that i can resume my daily walks outside.
Eating department has been a disaster! I have used the "I'm sick" excuse way too much and have taken advantage of the holidays to eat extra sugar, but thats stopping today! Thankfully, and I am thankfull for this, I ave not gained a pound with all that junk food I have fed myself.
So, my goals this month are:

1. get healthy (go to doctor and run all kinds of tests) I need to know where I stand in cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes etc.)
2. Eat more fruits and veggies. I do eat them but not as much as I should.
3. log in water intake. Miraculously this is a habit that i was able to stick with.
4. Do 30 mins a day of excercise, will use my computer for work out videos will i get the tv fixed.
5. do 3 days of strength training.

I will log and chart everything this month, if I reach my goal which does not include lbs lost only accomplishing this goals, I will buy me new walking tennis shoes, and new work out clothes. I am happy to say that I have worn out the shoes I bought last year ( they created horrible blisters the last time I wore them) and the clothes is very loose and torn now, excessive wear i think lol.

So no more excuses, this is my month, i was born this month and I can be reborn if i want to, make a new me!
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    emoticon Sounds like you've already put away your excuses and are ready to get focused! Hope you feel better soon!
    1420 days ago
    You poor girl. It's horrible being sick, isn't it?

    My DD3 has had a sore throat for the past week and not improving. I took her in to the doctor and he did a throat swab and didn't prescribe antibiotics. Crazy.

    Get well. It's a great idea you're going to get tested for other things as well, since you're there.

    Must be nice to be able to get out there buy some new shoes. I hate shopping for shoes. Why? I wear size 10.5 ladies wide. Try and find that!

    Hope you feel better soon.

    1421 days ago
  • EUEK098
    emoticon , dust off the excuses and emoticon emoticon
    1421 days ago
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