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Sick and tired or being sick and tired!

Friday, March 14, 2014

And I was doing so well this school year!! Usually I get quite sick at least twice during the school year but I was doing so well and I remember thinking to myself that maybe I keeping myself healthy enough that I'll make it to spring without getting sick again. I thought too soon! A nasty cold hit me Wednesday evening. After I was finished with parent teacher interviews today I came home and slept most of the day. I'm starting to feel better, which got me thinking of what I've been doing this week that caused me to be so run down. Not only do I work full time and had the stress of parent teacher interviews this week, but I was traveling everyday after school taking the girls to their activities so my evenings didn't end until 9 pm. I also have not been sleeping well. So needless to say I put my health on the backburner.

So no longer!! My plan is to schedule in times to go to the gym, use Sunday to plan the week before and food prep time, and to lay off the coffee (biggest culprit to why I was not sleeping as well this week) and drink more water, and to record more on Sparkpeople.

Those are my goals and I'm sticking to them!!
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  • v DEECANDOITAGAIN
    Great goals. Isn't it funny how they look so simple, but (for me at least) can be so hard to follow through on? Like tracking. I know it works, but fail to actually do it nearly every week! Congrats on your success! It means you're making good choices most of the time.
    474 days ago
  • v MRSKATEDUVALL
    I think your goals are very doable.
    892 days ago
  • v PATSYB7
    Great goals! Go for it!
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    893 days ago
  • v TTLEELEE
    emoticon Be good to yourself!!
    893 days ago
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