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Light switch seems to have turned off...

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Well, I'm here. But not. I feel like a bobble head on someone's dashboard. Minus the hawaiin skirt and the ukalele. I'm a little cloudy, I am overly agitated. Stress could be playing a part. I'm still eating okay, and losing weight, but I've made the decision to stop eating meat again. I just can't stomach it, and when I say that, I mean literally, my uh, stomach digestive system doesn't finish it's route for an extended period of time, and it's uncomfortable. Being a veggie head, I didn't have that issue. I love meat, but meat doesn't love my colon. Damn.
Anyway, back to this fog status, my light switch has been turned off. I felt like I was on the top of the hill, now I feel like my mood and patience is back peddling. I need to pick up my exercising again, that may help my mood perk back up. I've been working alot, and working in a hospital and nursing home I get alot of time on my feet so when I get home I'm pooped. I have a day off coming up, since I'm broker than a joke, I will take my dogs to the park and just hang with them all day outside, weather permitting.
Maybe my power was turned off for not paying myself attention with exercise. Or maybe the lightbulb is bad, and needs changing. Whatever it is, I need to jump start it again or I will turn into a real monster... yikes!
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    I know the feeling. I keep telling myself that no matter how exhausted I am if I get out there for at least 10 minutes I'll be glad I did. That usually turns into a full 30 minutes because the hardest part is getting going. When I was working at the hospital I started doing 30 min runs or walks before work. It really felt great, especially days I got to do it outside. Other mornings I would do yoga first thing. Then I tried to make at least one day off super active like a hike. I have a lot of trouble balancing work, wifehood, school, and workouts myself. I have made the promise to myself to fit in something every day no matter how tired. I just talked a friend into running during our lunch hour, but that would not be advisable during a hospital shift! Good luck and when you find the secret share emoticon
    1855 days ago
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