Finding positives when everything screams inside you

Saturday, December 08, 2012

I'm not doing great but I'm forcing myself to do whatever I can that might help so here are the positives I can think of:

- I've just logged my food.
- i made myself workout (I don't feel better for it to be honest! Seeing other people so successful jump around full of energy doesn't help today)
- I'm making myself write this blog entry
- I have finally found the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe, truly The Ultimate.
- I wrote a caring message to friend who is having a rough time
- I played with my kids

Things I'd like to do today:
- If I can muster the courage I'll call a friend to say I'm feeling in the pits. Right now that seems to scary but I might be able to do it.
- Finish some Xmas gifts
- make something healthy for dinner

What I wish I could do:
-watch a funny movie in my pjs while sipping hot chocolate and yet another Ultimate Cookie (I've already had 4!)

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Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Hope you feel better. It looks like this going around as I had few low days myself. After 3 months of studying i finally had my exam last Friday and not so sure if i did well or not. I don't really want to imagine if i had to do it again. With looking after family, baby , work...

    We have to pick us up - because no-one else will do it for us. Be positive! And if small cookie makes you fell better - go for it, as long its not a full jar.

    Take care
    1994 days ago
    Way to go! It's the small changs we make day to day that makes a difference! Keep it up. I know it is hard. You really should reach out and talk to your friend. Keep up the great job of moving forward :)
    1995 days ago
    Good for you! It's incredibly hard to do positive things when you feel down.
    Keep on keeping on fellow Sparker, things will change!

    1996 days ago
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