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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

when I get frustrated I don't want to think anymore .... So i want to quickly get junk food and eat and eat and eat... To get in a zone of relaxation and a zombie like state ... looking at Tv to get my mind off of things! When I was a teenager I use to dance my anger, frustration, and sadness away! That would be my way out! I don't feel pretty, I don't feel happy... I feel lonely!

I have so much to do! Personally and business wise that I feel overwhelmed! I have to stop looking at everything that I need to do and look at things in 15 minute increments. I give myself 15 minutes a day to do a little of each project that needs to be done. I'm not going for perfect... JUST DO IT FOR 15 MINUTES AND SEE A DIFFERENCE!
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  • EXCUSES-BE-GONE
    Sometimes it is good to watch a movie and just relax . I have a hard time letting my hair down too and just relaxing. Sometimes if we can just let go then we can have more energy to put into our projects. When I fall behind on housework I try the 15min. in each room and it helps to get me going. Another suggestion on projects is consider instead of working on all of them in one day ....devote a day to each projects. What kind of projects are you talking about? You could group similar ones into one day in case you have more than 7 projects going. Remember Rest and Relaxation is important too so allow time for it. Don't overbook your schedule. Best Wishes. Keep moving forward!
    2948 days ago
  • FRANCINEW2
    IT is a struggle but if we keep learning it will get easier! emoticon change the YOU TO ... WE CAN DO IT!
    2949 days ago
  • FRANCINEW2
    15 MINUTE PER PROJECT
    2949 days ago
  • SABREGIRL42
    good luck! I struggle myself allot...
    2949 days ago
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