I have no idea what is wrong with me. My job is going well... Boys are doing well. Just can't shake the blahs. Maybe I need sunshine. It has been dreary , getting colder. I always have a difficult time this time of year. Maybe I have that SAD. or I honestly feel a touch of it. Just blah, blah , blah.....
I haven't been able to stick to the workout and I am certain that is part of it. I have to figure out a way to get a workout in. I get off work at 1:30 but am starving as I don't eat lunch. So I come home /eat ect. My thought is I would take a quick filler type lunch like tuna salad. Then I could go work out the gym is close to work and on the way to the boys' school. I just feel like there is so much stuff at home to tend to. I do work out on Thurs. nights while the boys do their martial arts. Not enough. You know I think you are right my work out really helped my moods ect. Just feel sluggish, tired... Trying to adjust to being a working mom although I know only part time it still is an adjustment. Okay I need to actually schedule my work outs!
Sounds like a good plan. I am eating a bigger breakfast since I do not eat lunch until late. If I eat a protein bar on the way to the gym I have an hour to workout and then can go get the boys. So no more excuses. I have to manage my housework a bit better as well. We have been gone a lot at night lately too which is taking away a lot of my time.
I was feeling this way last weekend & it lead to some comfort food eating so not so good for the weight loss. But I resolved to get up & get my work outs in this week. I do feel better than I did last weekend. It is cold here too but it has been sunny the past couple of days which helps.
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