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Thursday, December 31, 2020

As everyone knows this year has been a difficult and trying one for everyone, hoping that the year 2021 will bring things back into normalcy, or as close to it as one can be. I am lucky that I have stayed healthy even though I have been travelling to work each day on Public Transport. But I thought that I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on the year that was. January I started off at 95kgs, that was great , but as we got into April I had a few disturbing phone calls from my Ex, and I know I should not have let it get to me. He is out of my life now, and what he does should not concern me, but I let it get to me. Anyway, I let things build up until I was back to my old eating habits so by the end of 2020, I was back to 100kgs.

Now it is a new year, and time for myself, time to put myself first, think of what the end of my journey will look like, the things that I will accomplish. I turned 60 in December, and gave myself a seachange holiday of a few days, and while I could not fly out of the state, I decided to go local and stay at a hotel near the beach (I live inland). It was great, I love a walk along the beach everyday, I would love to relocate to a coastal area.

Anyway back to reflecting, while my health has stayed good, no issues, only the weight problem, but i did finally get a permanent job at an organisation that I have worked at for years as a contractor, so that is a bonus. And it was really great not having to worry about shuffling my bills around to accommadate the company's shut down over Christmas. As a casual I would only get paid for days worked. So 2020 was not a total screw up. Anyway, I am on my way to a NEW ME! 2021 HERE I COME!
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