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Back on track

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Ok, I had a bit of a mess up again yesterday, but today I got myself back on track!

Staying Positive

+ Surf and yoga Sunday morning was fun.

+ Even though I ended up chatting online with an old classmate while I was at the tea shop again on Sunday trying to work on research (meaning I didn't spend as much time on research as I intended), it was a good chat that included some math and tech stuff, and we set up a camping trip! I definitely noticed my anxiety building when I started thinking about how I really shouldn't be chatting so long (it was like a 2 hour chat as we haven't talked in a while), but managed to just "be" with that discomfort. I also tried to think positively - it was good to reconnect.

+ I felt fairly productive at work today, and actually managed to do a little research work when I got home from work-work, which doesn't often happen.

+ Despite feeling kind of tired and physically weak today (it might be allergies), which is often a trigger for me, I managed not to binge. I told myself that it's the start of a new week, I have a chance to turn things around, and that I did really well last week, so I know I can do it.
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  • v CODEMAULER
    Getting a camping trip out of the chat is WAY better than research

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    1114 days ago
  • v PATTYKLAVER
    I'm glad you had the chance to connect with your friend. It's something I wish I did more often.
    1115 days ago
  • v STARDUSTD
    So proud of you!! Being mindful and accepting of your anxiety: what a monumental achievement.

    As an aside, what do you research? Though you mention research a lot, I don't recall ever hearing what field you're in.
    1115 days ago
  • v STEVEN2GO2
    Great day! Way to stay on track.
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    1115 days ago
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