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I am guilty of hibernation!

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Ugh! This winter has been way to long and way too cold, and it just doesn't seem to be ending anytime despite the fact that March is nearly over! But the storm missed us yesterday and despite temperatures in the 20s the sun came out today and I have been taking stock of what the winter has done to my health and my mood and my weight. It isn't great. I put back on some of the weight that I lost before winter began and I have been feeling pretty down. We have been having some money troubles and my husband is horribly unhappy in his work and has been in pain for so long from his back trouble that he has started to give up hope. I've been starting my routines again now that the hope of being outside has started again. I pulled out all the pictures of what I want to get back to. I need to print some out for motivation. So here is my motivation picture! Healthiest ever me, before the last two children, with ckickens. :)

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  • 52BINCE
    Sounds like An obstacle your facing for sure...... However no obstacle course has ever stopped anyone who looks inside themselves for inspiration n goal setting.. I encourage you n your husband to look ahead as tough times never last!!!!!!!! emoticon
    1427 days ago
  • CARI2012
    I feel like I only truly *live* in the Spring/Summer. I wish that wasn't true, but I just am meant to be outside in the warmth, not hiding inside! Soon we will all be warm, outside, happy, and healthy! I, for one, can't wait. emoticon
    1427 days ago
  • LESLEE33
    This loooooong winter really got to me too. We just got hit with another snow storm, and still more to come emoticon
    I hope the nice weather sticks around for you, and that you are able to get back into the swing of things! emoticon
    1428 days ago
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