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Monday, July 29, 2013

So I feell like I am getting a bit of a hold on the food stuff, the work stuff, the house work stuff. Just doing a bit at a time and allowing myself to feel good about the dribs and drabs i'm able to accomplish THEN really feel great about the deadlines being finished ahead of time.

Resting, socializing, housecleaning/organizing all in meaningful and reasonable portions is doable.

NEXT I get to work on pushing my physical stuff a bit more, but I do have to be careful not to set myself back. Just read some blogs about getting to the gym and how that is the hardest part. Well for me, I am allowed to go to pools not gyms but have not been taking advantage of the ability as it exhausts me to walk there as parking is far and I am panicking the entire time. But what I will do it get myself to my friend's house to swim AND get myself to the dmv to renew my disabled tag and figure this stuff out.

IN the meantime I get to go on vacation with family AND we all will swim tons. Yay

We can do this! yes in deed and word!

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  • ANNESYLVIA
    Yes emoticon

    You need to look at those small accomplishments for what they are...stepping stone to a healthier you. Way to go!

    I know it is scary sometimes. Tonight I went to the gym again (first at 9:30am) at 5pm for another workout. I was a bit intimidated but being with my friend helped. In the morning I go by myself but all the men are out in the evening at the gym. However, my friend was awesome and she made me feel awesome too.

    Enjoy your friend and her pool.

    Best of luck lovely lady

    hugs,
    2532 days ago
  • ONENEL
    enjoy vacation
    2535 days ago
  • WINACHST
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    2536 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14133683
    good job keep going balance is the key and I need to remind me of this every d emoticon ay
    2536 days ago
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