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Happy Sad Grumpy Mad Blog

Monday, April 01, 2013

That is me today. Happy it's April 1st & maybe we'll get some decent weather. Sad I've gained weight this week. Grumpy that Easter break was so short & I didn't sleep worth a crap last night. And mad at myself for breaking into my son's Easter candy last night.

Saturday was BEAUTIFUL! I did Zumba in the morning for an hour, then went outside & spent ALL DAY with DH as he cut down 2 trees. I dragged brush to the burn pile, moved logs & raked the yard. I was mega-active! I figured I burned over 2600 calories (BMR included) and although I ate 200-300 calories every couple of hours, I felt great and ended my day with a 900 calorie deficit. I thought that'd be great. Sunday morning the scale hadn't budged and I woke up horribly irritable, hungry and TIRED! Fatigued is a better word. Exhausted. My body was not happy if I wasn't eating or sleeping. So I ended my day in the kids' Easter baskets & gained this morning. Now I'm happy sad grumpy mad.

I think I'm going to do a SparkPeople Qi Gong video to de-stress & breathe. It is a new week and a new month & all that garbage is in the past. All that matters now is today & the choices I make from here on. Gotta think on all the blessings in my life and wrap my little brain around happy loved fulfilled blessed. If I change my thinking I'll change my day.

I hope you all have a happy loved fulfilled blessed kind of day too!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TERRI289 4/2/2013 6:34AM

    You are allowed a bad day now and then.....the scale is mean anyway!!!

Have a better day today!! emoticon

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MAUREENS356 4/1/2013 8:56AM

    you're not alone...great idea about the Tai Chi video...thanks!

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WALLINMW 4/1/2013 8:55AM

  One pound at a time!

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