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CARILOUIE
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Almost time for me to relax...

Thursday, March 14, 2013

This week turned into an impromptu rest week. On Tuesday my back started to hurt like I tweaked something, and I was in some nasty sort of funk. I just felt miserable all around. So I decided to take the rest of the week off planning any more workouts and I feel better. I haven't been tracking my food or workouts, and I've just been trying to relax. Hubs came home on Monday, and I realized that the whole time he was gone, I really didn't take any time just to *sit* and do nothing. I think I really need to work on that. I feel so often like I have to be doing something productive at all times, even when I really know I should be relaxing.

This morning I busted out my last midterm (yay!) and send a resume to a school. Sigh... hopefully I'll hear something when I get back from spring break. Which is coming up! I have one more day of subbing tomorrow (I'm teaching art - fun!) and then I'm headed down to my mom's house. We leave on Saturday afternoon for Sarasota! It's funny - we both have the mindset of doing nothing but sitting our rear ends on the beach and walking around and doing some light shopping. I think I'm going to rent a bike a few days and maybe try some paddleboarding, but other than that? Nothing planned. I think that's why I'm looking forward to this break so much. I have such a hard time relaxing at home that I have to really get away in order to truly relax.

Time for some more water and then finish packing my bags! Yay!
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  • v MCJULIEO
    One more time- don't forget the sunscreen! emoticon
    1204 days ago
  • v BE-THE-CHANGE
    Have a great trip!
    1204 days ago
  • v GOODGETNBETR
    Enjoy the rest and visit. Safe travels and good luck with the resume.
    1204 days ago
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