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Sunday, November 27, 2011

I had a feeling that my new job would break my "good" habit of "a yoga class per day", and it did. I just couldn't make it back on time for my class. And, this week was horrible. My boss told me to complete four client companies' year-end by this Friday (yesterday) on Monday... I have other junk to deal with too, so I stayed until 10 pm to get something done everyday. And, instead of "thank you", I got an "not-so inefficient" comment. I know life is not fair but did I really deserve this? Or was I really inefficient?
On Friday after 5:00 pm, my boss said "It's Friday after 5:00pm. Would you like some wine?" "There are some beer if you like." my co-worker said. So, I showed my big fat 0.5" x 0.25" cold sore in my mouth to my boss, and said, "cannot take anything irritates this". "Wow, stress!!!" my boss said. Men!
I responded "It's because of you!"
"I didn't do anything." boss said.
"It's because of you!!" I continued.
"What did I do?" he smiles.
"IT'S BECAUSE OF YOU!!!" I smiled back.
Yes, it is his fault. My stress solely comes from my work, and the stress that I kept missing my yoga class.
So, today I made a decision, again. I am going to live my life, again. Whether I stay on this job or not, I am going to plan everything, keep what I planned, and just do what I planned.
I just reset my Spark goals, signed up a TRX Suspension training at my yoga class, and planned my December activities.
I feel better now.
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  • LLF1020
    You are back on track and you are right you are the only one that can take your life back! Good luck we are here for you!
    2368 days ago
    Thanks for sharing and good luck reaching your goals. Enjoy today as if it really matters ( because it does)...
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