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Picking Up the Weekend Pieces

Monday, January 20, 2014

Ok so my weekend really sucked on sooo many levels. I haven't worked out since Thursday. My nutrition was terrible. I gave in and had a Dr. Pepper. I am soooooo very mad at myself. Hormones suck and get the best of women. I will continue on despite my slip. I will not let this get the best of me. I will succeed. I might need some prayers please!! I'm still soo stressed out about possibly having to go back to work. I can't stand the thought of leaving my baby now that I finally got the chance to stay home with her. I've worked all my life and all three of my kids have always gone to daycare for over 10 hours a day when I was working. I hated it and never got to spend time with them. Now I got to see what the other side is like and even though it's hard giving up my career and staying home , I love seeing my kids grow up. I've looked into work from home jobs but all of them are scams. Please pray for a better solution for me and that my husband's job doesn't change to where I have to go back to work. Have an awesome week everyone.
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  • ATLMOMOFTHREE
    I pray you get to stay home with your little one!
    Give yourself some grace about how the weekend went. :) And have a great week!!
    980 days ago
  • KIMBERLEY253
    Setbacks are part of the process, those struggles are what makes us stronger. Try not to worry about the future, it will take care of its self. Enjoy today with your baby.

    Sorry, I didn't mean to give advice, sometimes things seem better from a different perspective.

    Forgive yourself and move on, in the past I would let some a binge get the better of me and spiral out of control!

    Hugs
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    980 days ago
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