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A crazy hectic week

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Well.. This week hasn't been so hot for me, to tell you the truth. I only made it to the gym 4 days this week instead of my usual six. I've had trouble getting in enough calories and my weight has fallen below where I wanted it to go. I'm pretty stressed out actually and eating has kind of fallen by the way side. My husband and I (or I guess from now on he will be referred to as my ex) split up this week. I'm not going to lie, I did everything I could think of to save my marriage. But sometimes these things just can't be saved. Unfortunately this is one of those circumstances.

The bright side is that the children and I are back living up in Indiana, and I have aleady found a job!! I start next Saturday and I am really excited to go back to work, it's been over 2 years since I had a job. I'm looking to get back on the wagon this week with exercising, and I'm also looking to increase calories so that I can start maintaining and stop losing weight. Thanks for reading everyone!!

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    I hope that balancing work, kids and exercise doesn't stress you out. Kudos for that!

    Just thinking about juggling all that makes me want to run and hide.

    I hope you and your kids find success in whatever you do!

    4265 days ago
    I am so sorry to hear about that! I was hoping to meet you one day :-( I've said it before, but your story is such an inspiration to me! I wish you all the best! I hope that you're getting settled. Take care and keep in touch!
    4269 days ago
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    Congrats on finding a job so fast. Before you know it will be able to get your own place again. You have to remember to eat..i know it can be hard but you need to be strong for your self and for the kids. Hang in there...it has to get easier.

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    4273 days ago
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