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Family Stress & Staying on Track

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Family stress always plays a huge part for me staying on track. Last month I got hit from every angle imaginable! I tried to stay on track and was watching what I was eating but every day I got a little more depressed and ate way too much. When I feel like that nothing for myself matters. I am trying to get back on track now and have done some awesome bike rides and walks. But I still feel like I'm not working out long enough. Today was stormy in the morning and this afternoon was busy. I managed to do a 16 min. dance routine from SP. Why should I feel like nothing matters when life happens anyway? What's up with that? emoticon
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MARILYNROBERT 7/10/2013 12:31AM

    I'm glad that this month is going better for you. emoticon You had every reason to be unsettled last month. I don't know why things throw us off so badly and for so long afterwards. I'm trying to work my way back too, with my foot. But just as hard it seems, will be the down feelings that being less mobile seems to cause for me. You and I like to do walk and bike and it's not good to be away from those things long. Here's to us both getting and staying in our healthy and active modes. emoticon

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KAREN608 7/9/2013 9:21PM

    Maybe it is because we put others ahead of ourselves too often. It seems almost selfish to do things for ourselves, yet if we do not care for ourselves, we'll never be able to care for others in the long run. We look for comfort in the wrong things.

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