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Emotionally I've had a tough week.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Menopause, hormones, anger at my self for being forgetful, I've struggled for at least a week with my appetite. Everyday it's been hard just to keep from eating. Today's recommended article was good and hopefully I got enough information to help with my cravings. I've been trying to connect to teams but haven't done too well. It's okay though because I realize that I have to! have to! have to! eat a good breakfast, and for me that means some protein early in the day, without that I spinout. Today I ate an egg with toast early and already feel better. My exercise went by the wayside this week for various reasons, but I did manage through all this and at least lose half a pound. I'm not going to complain about that at all I'm grateful for every tiny bit in the right direction!!!! I have very little to complain about if anything at all. What bothers me is that I can't seem to muster up any real joy or happiness and am having to fake it till I make it so to speak. I wonder what is wrong with me that I am not upbeat about my life I have so much going for me and yet I have become so dull.
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    Always look at the glass 1/2 full not 1/2 empty! :) 1/2 pound is great! Consistency, discipline, perseverance = progress! Progress, step by step = success! Count your blessings not the pounds! Have a blessed day with God's blessings overflowing in your life!

    Love and Blessings,
    ~ Judy ♡ ~

    PS you are being prayed for daily & held up to the Throne of God!
    2792 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/27/2012 2:10:17 PM
    1/2 pound is great emoticon keep up the good work!
    2800 days ago
    Girl, you're doing great! Keep up the positive outlook! emoticon Praying for you!! hugs!
    2800 days ago
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