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Feeling tired

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tired

I’ll get straight to the point. I’m tired. Just tired. I’m in a slump. It’s been a rough 3 weeks or so. When things get rough the focus on my health disappears. I’ve tried so hard to not let it happen this time, but I’ve found that this one (big) bad habit is difficult to kick.

I’ve tried to take my own advice – one meal at a time, one workout at a time. I’ve tried to stay positive. However, when that decision moment arrives I make the wrong choice. I know that I’m doing it, but it doesn’t seem to matter at that moment. Then, after, I feel even worse. I regret my decision. The cycle starts again.

I want it to feel like it’s “my time” again, but I don’t know how to get there. I feel like I’ve lost my way. I feel weak, but I want to feel strong. I feel all lumpy. I’m starting to get aches and pains again. I feel like I’m carrying a negative vibe with me. I just don’t feel like myself.

I need to create my own energy.  I need an action plan. I need to get on the right track. I’m starting with the gym today.  Today I’m going to create a positive day.

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Author: Foxy-O

I’m a 30-something female who’s striving to be the healthiest woman I can be through diet and exercise. In early 2013 I was introduced to the world of Paleo. I completed Whole30 and had fantastic results. I had finally found something that worked for me! My blog is a jumble of my thoughts as I take the journey through my life. Somewhere for me to unleash my views, my challenges, my failures and my successes (hopefully!).

5 thoughts on “Feeling tired

  1. The winter doldrums are in full force right now. I’m sure it impacts our biorhythms. I know that I feel the same way as you. Some days I don’t have any get up and go. You’re onto something there. Create your own energy. I think that you’ll find that it will snowball soon and you’ll get your energy back.

  2. OMG this is me now. I’m fighting the urge to sit and read all day, I consider stopping at every restaurant I pass. And, I feel like a slug. Let’s hang on, we can do this.

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