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I made it back

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Well, it has been awhile. It has been a stressful and bad time. But think I am finally pulling out of the funk I was in. I have been trying to at least get my exercise minutes in but havenít even done all that well with that. I guess more than anything it has been a roller coaster. Some stress at work. And just wondering a lot what the future was going to hold and I freaked a little and went overboard on eating and just not being healthy. I have paid the price for that and will now hopefully move on and get my groove back somewhat.

Sorry I sort of disappeared but the added stress of fessing up to how bad I was doing just wasnít something I wanted to face. But, I am back. I did at least make spinning classes on the Monday and workouts on Tuesdays. That was about it, but did a ton of walking and being active this past Saturday. So, that is a good thing. But I know what I need to do and I need to convince myself that the workouts are the best stress relief out there. Or the best outlet for me.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CLEARNIGHTSKY 10/3/2013 10:17PM

    I hope you're not too hard on yourself.

The fact that you came back is FABULOUS.

Maybe there's a lesson in all of this . . . what helps me is pinpointing the exact moment when my thoughts started going south and therefore led to my getting off track.

WAY TO GO getting active again. We're all on this journey together.


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MELISSIMAUS 10/1/2013 11:54AM

    emoticon back!

I'm glad things are getting better for you. Keep it up!

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REALLY_ROBIN 10/1/2013 11:54AM

  You are absolutely right about the work outs and stress relief. There are 91 days left in 2013...let's see what we can do to make forward progress!

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