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Life Creeped Up!

Sunday, March 17, 2013

It has been a few weeks since I blogged. I felt like I just couldn't blog as I felt like crap, things crept up, and I was trying hard to get in better sleep!

A lot of life changes and decisions are happening recently:

My parents are getting ready to move across the country! They made it official last weekend. So now I will have many trips to PA planned to help with packing, getting my things, and assisting in saying good-bye to a lot of friends!

I am torn right now in deciding what I will do next year. I am starting to lean towards going back into the classroom, but I have fears that my higher-ups won't let me... I just can't keep doing everything that I am doing. I want to get back to teaching.

I have been fighting on and off sickness this month. Between the weather changes and what my students bring into the classroom- I got hit hard :( I am slowly getting better and trying to fight it and not let myself get off of track.

I am also fighting negative body image thinking again. I just feel like a blob- I am trying to kick that feeling, but it seems to keep creeping back. I would love to buy some new outfits, but I feel completely not ready for any of it.

Hopefully, these last 2 weeks of lent and March will help me get out of this funk I have found myself in!

Till next time!
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    It's tough to feel motivated when you're sick AND there are all those additional stressors depleting what energy you have. Blessings and healing vibes to you.

    2193 days ago
    Baby steps--have you thought about a daily positive thoughts journal or meditation? That has helped me with my negative body image. emoticon
    2195 days ago
    You sure have a lot going on! Just take one day at a time and things will slowly all return to normal :-) emoticon
    2195 days ago
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