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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

I think I'm PMSing. Yesterday was one of those days where you wake up and just feel off and don't want to do anything at work but go back home and climb under the covers.

The best/worst part of grad school is, when you get to feeling like can! And I did. And it was awesome/awful. :) Awesome, because (in a Cartman voice), "screw you guys, I'm goin' home." And awful because there's something really sad about being in PJs in the middle of the day and lying in bed and doing nothing at all. Also, I hit the grocery store on the way home so I could eat an entire ready-bake gluten free pizza and a pint of ice cream for dinner, and then I kind of passed out on the couch because: hello blood sugar spike! Yeesh. Unhealthy day.

On a positive note, it's nice that I've become self-aware enough to spend a day like yesterday thinking "yep, I'm cranky and this is going to be a crap day. Tomorrow will be better," rather than getting all doom-and-gloom-y. I am feeling much happier today! But it would be nice if I could figure out a way to turn things back around when my hormones go all wonky that doesn't involve writing off a whole day.

Off to work, now. Got a lot to catch up on in the lab, and then it's going to be a double-dose EA Sports Active 2 workout tonight to mitigate yesterday's pizza and ice-cream binge.

Grrr = back on. Rawr. emoticon :)

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TRICIAE2 5/15/2013 9:44AM


We all have those days! Today IS a new day!

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LADYKANE 5/15/2013 9:42AM

    Yes! Doesn't it feel great not to be one of those 'crash' dieters who as soon as they screw up, throw in the towel? Yeah, so you had a rough day, but it ain't gonna break your stride!

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