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I am a stress eater

Saturday, April 09, 2016

I didn't realize just how bad I am. This past week has officially been the week from hell at work. We had the trial from hell. The Judge kept siding with the defense, would not allow one of our experts to testify, would not allow some evidence into the record, and kept sustaining the objections. Defense counsel apparently started to tell our expert that he was incompetent, luckily outside of the jury. The jury took one entire day to pick.

Then, I had a former client call and he was upset because we had filed a lien against her. What a freaking mess.

I ate. I ate. I ate.... I did not eat candy, sweets, etc., but I was a carb fiend. I ate a piece of pizza, had potato chips with a ham sandwich. Oh had a beer too. Speghetti, a hamburger.....

I did not make any of my goals, other than I did walk the dogs.

I actually cleaned out my office of my personal stuff this week. I have only a couple photos on my desk. I hate my job this week. After seven years, I feel like I am going to run screaming from the building.

Didn't help that on top of it all I was sick as a dog and trying to function.

Next week will be better. I know that it will. I'll even try my hardest to exercise and eat right. Starting with grocery shopping and watching what I put in my cart.
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    Take a deep breath. And congratulate yourself. Yes, I'm serious.

    In the midst of a life melt-down, because it feels like your world had a melt-down not YOU, you were able to achieve one of your goals. You walked the dogs.

    I must tell you, achieving ONE goal is more than many of us have had in a week when our world had a melt-down.

    So celebrate. You did well! And next week will be even better!
    1338 days ago
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    I hate weeks like that. Think of it his way, next week has to be better.
    1338 days ago
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