A New Year...A New Attitude!!!

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Well, unfortunately, since my last blog I kind of went downhill. My schedule is always tight in the last two weeks of school because I have an Angel Tree program for the community service club I founded where we help 150 needy children get gifts for Christmas. We successfully finished that, and with finals and doing grades...I had not had time or the energy to properly get my exercise in, which didn't help my depression.

However, yesterday, I had enough of it. I only have a week to go and I go back to school, and I haven't done half of my goals for this Christmas break. I went to my sister's for Christmas in order to not be alone, and that helped. But I was still in a funk until yesterday.

I resolved that I'm not going to dwell in my "aloneness" anymore!!!! I've been alone before and it didn't affect me this much, so why should I let it affect me now. I'm going to concentrate on my goals and I started communicating again with interested parties through an online dating site. I'm not in a hurry to get into a relationship...I'm just out having fun right now. If I meet Mr. Right then well and good....but I'm just going to enjoy myself for now.

In the meantime, I'm also really resolving to get on a regular exercise routine. As I've said before, it will not be one of my "New Year's Resolutions" to lose weight!!!! It will be a lifestyle change, and I'm still set on that!

I think that if I make exercise and eating healthy my priority, it will not only make me lose weight, but it will also get me out of my pitty pot!!!!!

It's going to be a challenging year because I'm also struggling financially right now, but I know that I'm a survivor and God will provide. Nevertheless, I am RESOLVED to really live a healthy lifestyle from now on....and most of all....GET OFF MY PITTY POT!!!!!!! LOL!
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