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Sunday, May 19, 2013

I am still here, just not very active. I do try to read blogs and board posts. Just realized we are into May or chapter five of my year long book and there is no blog on Chapter Five. Guess I have a goal for next week.

I have fallen of the SP wagon sorta. Not completely as I am watching what I eat, good and bad. Trying to keep a balance. However, exercise and water consumption are almost nonexistent. Another mini goal for the week water. I also start therapy on my foot this Wednesday, so some exercise will start to happen.

Last but not least goal for the week is to work on managing my depression and stress. I can't get rid of the stress of my job, but I can work on managing it. So here are the goals for the week:

1. Write my Chapter Five blog - updates on my year long goals
2. Drink water - after consuming half of my water, I can drink a soda (knowing I will be floating and probably won't want one)
3. Stress - make a plan to complete grades, transcripts and scheduling. Be realistic about the amount of time I have in a day.
4. Depression - make a list of things I can do to help the cause of my depression getting a small hold on me at this moment. I know my foot is a big part of it, because it hurts.

Not lofty goals I know, baby steps back.
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  • JACKIE542
    Happy to hear from you. Was wondering, kinda knew it was that foot. I sure hope the therapy and that foot helps. I have done some spark chair exercises and they are harder than you think.
    I like your plans, good that you are still watching what you eat. I keep a my water in a container so that I know how much I need to drink, I drink a cup every time I walk by.
    Take good care. emoticon emoticon
    1833 days ago
    Good to hear from you... emoticon
    1833 days ago
    Way to stay focused!
    1833 days ago
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