What now?
Date: Jan 9th, 2005 6:45:35 pm - Subscribe
Mood: REALLY tired


Well, last week all I expected of myself was to get out of bed and get dressed while it was still morning. I did that, for the most part. I think. I'm having trouble remembering for sure. Must be mommy-brain. This week I will add something new.

I will:
~get up
~get dressed
~drink a tall glass of water
~spend 5 minutes cleaning up the kitchen (ideally the kitchen would already be clean because I want to make that part of my evening routine as it has been in the past, but I'm not there yet.)
~eat breakfast
~take my vitamins

At night I will:
~set out clothes for the morning
~make a SMALL to do list
~brush and floss
~wash and moisturize

Okay, that's it. I'll start tonight.

I'm reading a couple of books:
The Comfort Trap or, What If You're Riding a Dead Horse? by Judith Sills, Ph.D.
The Shrewd Christian by Neil Atkinson

I spend so much time thinking about improving but when it comes right down to it I simply don't have the energy. Is this normal? Maybe I'm allergic to wheat. I swing from moments of hopelessness to determination. I'm scared I can't do things better, and that I can't live with myself if I don't. Just the tiniest bit of improvement, small steps in the right direction is better than standing still or worse sliding backward. I'll try to be happy with myself for improvement and not expect perfection.

I'm sounding like a broken record. Time for action. I plan too much. Starting tomorrow I will check in with progress reports.

Morning routine accomplished?
Evening routine accomplished?

Ounces of water?
Breakfast?
Vitamins?

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antagonist - January 09th, 2005
Don't worry too much. Lack of energy is VERY normal. You're doing a great job, can't wait to hear of your progress.

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heartstone - January 09th, 2005
yea...thanks for the recommendations keep me posted on any good books you read.

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