I’m FALLING and I have to get UP…

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

So for the last 2 months I have been BUSY BUSY BUSY…well at least if feels as if I have. I have been exploring different avenues to advance my career, add to my finances, networking and so forth. If I am not doing one thing there is always something else to do. With this being said I am falling short of what needs to be done personally for my health. Where did the exercising go…out the window…but I need to fetch it back. I am falling into the same dreadful track that I once was in thank goodness me eating habits are starting to stick with me so I am not lacking behind on that to much besides the fact that I just had to have dessert last night when I went out to eat (the good thing is I have not treated myself to dessert in about 2 months so hopefully it want do to much damage). emoticon The water intake is still good but not as good as it could be…got to do much better. emoticon My activity level on Sparks has declined (UNEXCEPTALBE) I feel if I am neglecting my sparks’ friends and myself. emoticon Last but not least the exercising…I need to find away to fit it back in…forget I said find away I mean I need to fit it back in and NOW. emoticon All of these side hustles (all legal) doing hair, fixing computers, studying for certifications, and job hunting not to forget the up coming interview (wish me luck) my me time seems to be limited.

What happen to my all the HYPE I had the other week when I was TACKLING Tuesdays and now I am at HUMPDAY Wednesday and can’t seem to get over all the humps that I need to cross over!!!

What is a WOMAN to do…to much to do with so little time in a DAY….I’m FALLING and I have to get UP!!!
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  • DENISE245
    Our busy schedules have a way of taking over our lives and making us forget what's important. Do you use a day planner or appointment calendar? If you do be sure to schedule in/block off exercise time every day. Even if you can only fit in 20 minutes, that's okay, it's something. I've been doing that for a while and it makes a huge difference. Each day when I open up my calendar it is already there and scheduled in and I NEVER, EVER will reschedule. It's just too important. You make your priorities.

    Don't worry about letting your Spark buddies down. We are always here for you, no matter what. But be careful not to let yourself down. Don't short change yourself. You are too important!
    3481 days ago
    How I feel you! I'm looking for energy and more motivation everywhere, and just can't find it. It feels like everyone has something for me to do. Unfortunately, no one ever says, "I would really appreciate it if YOU would go workout." That would special, wouldn't it?
    3482 days ago
  • CAT1967
    Sounds like you all ready know what to do and you care enough to voice it to others. Now just act on it. I know how it can be when you have so much on your plate so take note of what your doing and where you are and fit 10 minutes of exercise in if you can. If your around stairs walk up and down them as fast as you can that burns a lot of calories. Keep 5 pound weights in the car or with you and work your arms while sitting down. You sound like you know. You just need a little push from your spark friends. It doesn't really sound like your doing too bad. We all need a break sometimes. Just don't stop the hard work. Look at all the progress you have made and think about your goal. Visualize it and you will jump right back on the saddle!


    Oh, you all ready have that job! I can see it! emoticon
    3482 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/9/2009 1:39:44 PM
    This sounds like the story of my life!!! I have one main hustle and two side hustles, too! I'm being audited by the IRS and I have other life situations going down! It is definitely hard to make time for me!

    You, I and countless other ladies HAVE to get up, though! It is important!
    3482 days ago
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