My life is out of control - aaaaaaaaack

Friday, July 09, 2010

I must be getting scared. My life really is out of control.
I had gotten down from 248 to 210 in January. Yesterday I got on the scale - 222 OMG - What am I letting happen to me?

More cause to wonder... I have to fax some important papers today. I looked at my machine and there was a pile over a foot high on top of the machine. Needless to say - my fax has been delayed.

And did I mention my garage stuff is starting to crowd in on me?! Much like my computer room and my closet.

Then there is the buying more than I need which leaves me broke until my next pay check.

This may sound like I am whining. I am not. I am just being realistic. As Sargent Friday would day, "I want the facts, ma'am - just the facts."

My computer room has to be first.

Now I see why I have to tackle this a little every day.

Say goodbye to overwhelm.

Hasta la vista, overwhelm!
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    You can do this,it seems so overwhelming-I know I have been there several times.Just remember one step at a time.
    3368 days ago
    You CAN do this! You inspired me to get moving out of a similar situation.

    I will do some posting when I am in a steady routine - my computer is so slow, that it becomes an excuse to avoid working! NO MAS!!!

    3387 days ago
    I have had that feeling of my life being out of control before. Sometimes, it can seem hard to keep up!

    Getting back to basics can help. Track your food and exercise. Track when you work on decluttering/organizing and for how long if you think that will help. You could use SP's SparkStreaks feature to keep track of how many days in a row you've spent time decluttering!

    Just take it a little at a time. emoticon

    - Karen
    3388 days ago
    emoticon emoticon Hang in there. You're right, little by little is the key. emoticon
    3388 days ago
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