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I have just got to start going to bed at a decent hour!

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Here I sit at the computer at 4:45am once again -or should I say every night. I decide to check out my emails "quickly" around 11 or 12 and then get into bed. I start and just can't seem to stop. I do this every single night. Of course, the way to fix this is to go to bed instead of going back to the computer for one last check. I think that is called commitment - just like the commitment I have made to eat better and to start doing my exercises. I know that I cannot loose weight by getting no sleep even though I am doing the other two right. I make a commitment right now that from now on when I go into my bedroom for the night that I DO NOT touch the computer. It is not like the emails are going to go away before I wake up in the am. Just sleep at an earlier hour then I will feel like getting on the computer earlier in the morning to get them done. Last night of almost 5am. From now on, I will talk to everyone in the morning
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  • KUTEY5041
    thanks. I am going to check out that site
    1902 days ago
    My suggestion? Ban the computer from the bedroom, as you should ban anything electrical. The bedroom is for sleeping & romance...(if you have a partner, that is...lol...)
    Here's a link about why :-


    Just do copy/paste into your browser......click on bedroom.....then maybe check out the other rooms...here's another link about Feng Shui & weight loss....this a very good site for Feng Shui basics......


    After you read this Q & A, click on the 'more info' Rodika recommends....

    It really works, too....

    Love & Light,
    Sylvia xoxo

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    1902 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/5/2013 8:47:58 PM
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