One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident


Note to Self…

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See, grumpiness is slowly fading away as you put yet another productive day under your belt. You didn’t solve every problem, answer every email, or cross off every ‘to do’ BUT you spent quality time with the toddler, enjoyed a pilates class for yourself, cooked a meal for the family, straightened up the house and even wrote a blog post. That’s more then enough for a 24 hour period. Now go to bed and get some sleep before Wordcamp tomorrow.

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    May 16, 2009

    have fun, Roni!

    I cant wait to hear about it.
    maybe skype next week?


    May 16, 2009

    Glad you’re feeling better. Those grumpy days can be so crappy, but that feeling when it lifts… ahhhhhhh.


    May 16, 2009

    You’re a sponsor!!! That is awesome! And it looks like a blast. Can’t wait to hear about it!


    May 17, 2009

    I’ve been reading your blog for about two years now and I love following your through your experiences and ups and downs. I’ve never commented but I’ve been exactly where you have been lately. I’ve been so grumpy and I had no idea why. I am starting a new job and moving to an entirely different big city. I am recently single and starting it all over again. In short, a lot of huge life changes. And I have had a break for the past four months of work so I’ve had all this free time to do whatever I would love to do.

    But, I’ve been in a funk. Not working out (even though I have the time), sitting around, making unhealthy food choices, and just becoming progressively funkier. There are stretches of days (today included) where I experience a feeling of depression and sadness, and it can be overwhelming. Instead of responding to it in the right way, I’ve been letting it get a hold of me more and more and that can be destructive to your healthy habits.

    I think staying busy does two things. It keeps you moving and keeps your mind active. From over thinking things, feeling sorry for yourself, etc. And when I only have an hour to work out, you better believe I’ll do it. But I haven’t been working out in weeks. I was reading your posts this week, and your situation spoke to me. It is easy to feel isolated and alone in your feelings and spiral of unhealthy choices. I felt like this so much lately. And it can go so quickly into a downward spiral. I’ve been on this path and it was wonderful to read your picking yourself up. I need to do the same for myself.

    Please enjoy the changes you are going through. It is all a part of life. And know that the things you write and do are important to some people (even if it causes you stress in your life). I’m usually a silent reader, but you’ve touched me, and done so by just being yourself.

    Thank you.