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Wednesday, March 06, 2013

I made some great choices today and some not so great. It was a day that unraveled around a few anxiety-inducing happenings and a lack of sleep last night. I'm noticing that a lack of good, consistent sleep really screws up my day to day ability to do what I set out to do. I got some walk time in, not as much as I'd like. Perhaps I would have been better off focusing on achieving better sleep consistently before anything else. Tomorrow is another day.

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    I know that sleep is one of the most critical things that I need, but it always seems so low on the priority list. Hopw we both rest well tonight.
    1935 days ago
  • FREES1
    take time for yourself - let go of what you cannot control or influence... and try to rest, relax and sleep
    1935 days ago
    I totally agree. Sleep is an essential to a good day. Some days unravel anyway. Hope this one is a lot better.
    1935 days ago
  • DEBBY4576
    When I don't sleep well, and wake up off and on and go out on the couch to read several times a night, my next day is nothing but dragging all day. If you add anxiety inducing stuff to that day, I'm totally wiped out. I too should have picked sleep as a goal. But I've been trying to get better sleep for years, and it just doesn't happen.
    Hope you got a good nights sleep last nite.
    1936 days ago
    Rest is really important. The nights I toss and turn or get up and play computer games..., well the next day I do not function very well.
    1936 days ago
    it will be better tomorrow! for me the hours are important too, I feel totally different if I can sleep in the mornings , unfortunately that only happens in week ends and another day or two. I wouldn't change my work schedule though , I don't want to waste all my day there.(we work from 7-8 am to 15-16)
    1936 days ago
    Keep up the good work! emoticon Good sleep is essential..
    1936 days ago
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