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Getting over the mid-week hump

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Since starting my healthier living a week and half ago I have have had so much more energy. I have even been having less allergy problems. But then today came and I feel like a semi-truck ran me over. I was thinking " why do I feel sooo tired". And then it dawned on me. I go grocery shopping every two weeks most of the time. So I've been sort of scrounging around eating what we have left until I can go grocery shopping again Friday. While I haven't been going over my calorie intake, I haven't exactly been eating as healthy today as I have been. Now I just need to make a mental note of how much better I feel when I eat right. Any way today is Wed., so tonight I go to church and teach the little ones. I just wish I had more energy. I did my exercise this morning and I even went for a walk with my kids after school, even though I felt tired. emoticon Looking forward to what the rest of the week holds. Have a good week everyone!
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    1947 days ago
    I've been sick over a week now. Today I couldn't get out the bed in the morning but after lunch, I decided I would exercise no matter what. I didn't want to do cardio, so I had my strength training done and I feel better now. Maybe just moving around made me feel better. I'm glad you exercised even though you're tired. Hopefully the rest week is better.
    1947 days ago

    I had a slumpy start to the day too. You've made me wonder if the quality of my food lately has contributed to this feeling.

    Good for you sticking to your exercise despite the fatigue!
    1948 days ago
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