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A year in review

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

emoticon As this year wraps up I see how I just gave up. I was so focused on eliminating my stress and its causes that I suffered last year that I just burned out.
emoticon I have accomplished a lot, even at the expense of adding more work to my life but I am very proud of all that I have accomplished this year. To break it down, I work as an Admin in a real estate office and since last November I had been working on getting my real estate license. I am proud to say that I finally accomplished this back in October. I still work as an Admin but I now can switch over to sales when I am ready to take that step. My dance group is still a part of me, however this past few months I have not been so dedicated due to being burnt out mentally, emotionally and physically. I am still a member of the board for a parade that is still in its baby stages and have been re-elected to participate another two years. On top of all of this I still have my home, my husband and my kids to contend with.
emoticon Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining, I am just putting to screen a brief review of what I have been involved with this year and how it contributed to my putting my health last. I planning a new set of goals for the new year one of which will be to blog on this site at least 3 times a week. Another is to not worry about actually dieting but instead I will be focusing on eating healthier and cleaner. I have been researching how to organize my home, my life, my future career change and myself - goals and planning will make me feel more in tune with what is going on in and around me. I hope I can remain focused the way that I envision myself being.

Love, the future me! emoticon
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