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diving back in, but staying at the shallow end

Thursday, September 10, 2020

been a crappy past week or so. hormones and depression. little, unimportant things seeming huge. getting the kid going with virtual classes and waiting tables in the time of Covid has really been playing on my anxiety.

coming out the other end of the tunnel at the moment, trying to adjust and get things to settle. building new routines that work with kid's school and my work.

left all but 2 teams, so checking in when i arrive isn't so daunting, but gonna miss them and feel guilty for leaving.

still planning meals, but not tracking right now, until i can go through frozen meals i made awhile ago and replace them with ones i know the food/nutrition content of.

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    Oh my goodness, I think it's great you know what to do for yourself, and how to take some of the mental load off- it's already crazy-making enough to be a working parent! I hope you have a great day and feel good about all of the little choices and how they add up.
    75 days ago
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    Deep breaths. Signing on here should be giving you support, not tasking you to death. No need to make a second job out of it, lol.
    75 days ago
    You do what is best for you,your health and your sanity. There’s a lot happening. Take your time. Breathe and take care of your needs. YOU GOT THIS! Hang in there. emoticon
    80 days ago
    It's totally okay to cut back on groups when you're getting more stress than benefit from them! That's the reason I'm not going any more 5% challenges. Everything I do here should help motivate and energize me (calorie counting aside)
    80 days ago

    Make today the greatest day of your life
    Until tomorrow!

    One of the things is we tend to give up too soon. We get knocked down a couple of times, and we stay down. It's so important to get back up again.
    Og Mandino

    80 days ago
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