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A Tough Week!

Friday, November 22, 2013

Well, I must say, some weeks seem more rough than others! As an example, this week I tried to get up early enough to go the gym before I go to work. Today, I got up at 4:30 am. Fixed a good lunch for my hubby, got to the gym by 5:15, which is 1/2 hour away from home! Then I worked from 8am -6pm with one hour off for lunch. After getting gas, I got home by 6:45 pm. Then I was going to figure out what to cook for dinner, when my wonderful husband decided we needed to go out for dinner. Finally got home around 8:30 pm. That's a long day! Now, at almost 10:30pm, I finally got some computer time. During the week this wouldn't work, because I like to be in bed by 10 pm, so I can get at least 6 hours of sleep.

I am going to finish the 100 days book. I just need to make it work so I can do the lessons each night.

I will do some for sure this weekend!
Happy Sparking, friends!
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    1632 days ago
    Hope you had a good sleep! HUGS
    1644 days ago
    1645 days ago
    Sounds like a very long day indeed!

    With regard to the book: I realized it is hard to blog about the lessons every day. So if you just READ the daily lessons you are also getting benefit. Just do what you can, indeed don't ask too much of yourself.
    1645 days ago
    Windy, wow! That is a very long day. 6 hrs sleep is not enough I don't think. Especially when there is no real down time within those activities.

    Hope this changes this week.

    1645 days ago
    Windy, I agree with Pynetree - set realistic goals. Especially when you're so busy you need rest.
    1645 days ago
    Don't spread your self too thin. Be sure you are getting enough sleep.
    emoticon Everything suffers if you're sleep deprived!

    But it sounds like a busy, but productive day!
    1645 days ago
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