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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

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Man, oh man! What a hectic 4 days. Friday I was just a bundle of nerves and I felt so defeated when I got more bad news about my job situation. Nationwide has a 1000 hour limit and I'm very close to that limit so finding something else through that temp service would be impossible. Went up to Northern Ohio to meet my sister-in-laws mom to drop off my nephew for a week. Didn't eat well and it definitely showed it's ugly head, I wasn't able to eat from 3 in the afternoon until 10:30 the next morning. My stomach was just not having it. Had a subway breakfast and a BLT for dinner. I did drink a lot of my calories so that wasn't smart. Yesterday was just a bad day. I didn't pack my lunch so I just threw odds and ends things in there to much on. Needless to say I was very hungry when I got off work. I didn't even go to the gym, but I got my laundry folded. Planning on going tonight. I didn't even get to meal plan this weekend. emoticon Maybe some day this week I can go shopping and get it started. Doesn't matter what days you start it on, as long as you do it right?

Still forgot to make my lunch so I'll be trekking down to the cafeteria for my salad that I get when I do these things to myself. It's only Tuesday but I'm ready for my weekend.

My grandma has been after me for years to sell Stanley Home Products, so Sunday I went over and she gave me my starter kit. Worth a shot right? Make your own hours, get a percentage of what you sell and it would be for extra money. Everyone needs cleaning products so hopefully I can get it off the ground. Told my mom about it and she started being negative. Well you have to make sure you do this for your taxes and this and that. Where are you going to find people to sell to? Ok, yes I know. Don't discourage me. I'm trying something and because I know someone who is already doing it, it doesn't cost me anything to start. Why not just let me try? It's not like my livelihood is going to depend on how many parties I have. Sheesh.

I just need something to brighten my week. Maybe if it actually started to feel like spring it would boost my mood!

Hope every ones week is going great!
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  • YAEME79
    Oh My! I hope you find that thing you need to keep you busy and happy! Great Idea! emoticon
    1547 days ago
    I`ve been having a hard time with being so busy as well that I`m too tired to work out as much as I typically do. I also have been eating more junk food than I would like. I wish I could go back to a few years ago when junk food didn`t even tempt me. emoticon
    1548 days ago
    get on some free advertising sites to sell product ... but as with anything having to do with the internet be very cautious .... good luck to you ....roc emoticon
    1548 days ago
    I agree having some warm emoticon weather would help us make it through these hard times! Hang in there!
    1548 days ago
    Yikes, I'm sorry its been such a bad week. Don't worry, the next week will be better. Don't let this week bring you down or regret it, just look forward.
    1549 days ago
    hoping things just keep getting better for you! keep doing what your doing and you will see results and positive changes in all aspects of your life! :)
    1549 days ago
    Sure hope and pray things work out for you soon
    1549 days ago
  • ADF1981
    I think you are exactly right about it doesn't matter what day you start on! Good luck to you this week!
    1549 days ago
    emoticon It sounds like you have had a crazy weekend that has disrailed you some.

    Take a deep breath. It will be okay. You will get back on track and things will be okay.

    Good luck with Stanley Products. I sell Tastefully Simple and it isn't always easy for me to work full-time and do parties.

    1549 days ago
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