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Getting depressed, and other things

Monday, February 04, 2013

The house stuff has gotten messed up and we won't be moving till next month, only after killing myself to pack up most of the house last week. I was stressed and mostly angry,so I spent the weekend doing what I do best when I'm either of those two things, eat.

Haven't had time to go to the gym and I refuse to get on the scale. I'm worried I just undid 2 months of the gym. Ugh. Probably not, but you know how it is.

I'm struggling not to give up in all honesty. It's very hard. I haven't felt this way at all since I started going. Basically, I know I need to go back to the gym and get over myself, but I'm having a hard time fighting against this whole "why bother?" Feeling I have lately.

This is our mostly, no spend month. Found out the gym is taking out a ton of money every month, I need to go in and find out why. It should be like $30/month and its more like $40 I'm going tomorrow to find out why, and probably go on the treadmill.

I don't know what I'm asking for, maybe nothing. Just needed to get this out.
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    1932 days ago
  • BRENDA_G50
    Sometimes it just helps to get it all out there to get rid of all the stress and get out of the depression that so often accompanies it.

    As far as the gym goes, I HATED going to the one I originally signed up for and would skip going, I would just exercise at home and hope for the best. I would usually end up depressed....UNTIL, I found a gym that has all the programs I was looking for and it actually has PARKING!!! YEA!!! At first I didn't think I could afford it, but then I thought...if it gets me to exercise on a continuous basis, then it's worth it. I might add that I'm on a fixed income. We'll see how it goes financially.

    Hope things get better for you. Hang in there because YOU'RE WORTH IT!!!

    1932 days ago
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