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A New start

Saturday, April 20, 2013

So I really need to get my butt in gear.

The last few weeks have been some of the hardest that I have ever had to deal with.

My beloved father went from bad to worse and finally passed away on 2nd April. I was made redundant on 31st March.

I have just eaten and eaten trying to fill that void.

My fibromyalgia is getting worse, a lot of it is due to the extra weight I'm sure.

So I need to go back to the start and get this weight off. Start to exercise gently. Make time to meditate. Keep looking for a new job and carry on with my course.

Time to get moving and go forwards.
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  • OPHELIA105
    Hello Forward only. Seems like we have a lot in common.

    I was made redundant
    I have put on a lot of weight recently
    I am a veggie
    I am trying to incorporate meditation into my life.
    I need to get into gear with exercise

    Sorry to hear about your dad. This is something I can't even imagine how it feels. Sounds like you are back in the game tho. Well done for that.
    1283 days ago
  • BRANDI1809
    Seems like it's time life started an upturn for you.
    1285 days ago
    Sorry about your father and losing your job emoticon
    1285 days ago
  • MAGGIE101857
    Sending you emoticon at this very sad time in your life. Try to take some time for yourself; meditating will help your heart, mind and soul heal. You will get back on track, but allow yourself time to grieve; losing a parent is one of the hardest things in this world.
    1286 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Sorry about the loss of your father! Seek and ye shall find; ask and ye shall receive; knock and the door shall be opened unto You. God Bless YOU! Vic.
    1286 days ago
  • CANDEE412
    Sorry to hear about your father. Good luck on you new start.
    1286 days ago
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