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Day 32: A Bad Day Only Lasts 24 Hours

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Well, this morning didn’t start off on a great foot. Just one of those days I guess.

Body + Mind

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Being woken up at 4:30am to a husband thinking it’s Tuesday and an annoying sinus headache was the not the highlight of my week. I haven’t been sick in months and I considered calling in sick to work this morning, but once I got up and moving around I felt better. Even with a cold, I’m pretty sure I feel better today than I would have 30+ days ago.

I finally got back to yoga today after a little hiatus because of the weather. I have to admit I was a little nervous that I would just come home and crawl in to bed after work instead of hang around to wait for class. That’s sort of my M.O. (Which, by the way, I have used that phrase for YEARS without knowing it’s origin. So, in case you’ve never known either; modus operandi from the Latin language meaning method of operation), already being at the gym and then deciding I just don’t have time or the energy or just don’t want to.

I sniffled all the way through class, but the hot studio felt divine and I got much more out of it today than I expected.

House + Home

I forced myself to run my 15 minutes of chores this morning. I really didn’t want to, but I did the dishes, threw in a load of laundry, ran the Roomba and spent about 25 minutes with my planner.

With three snow days this week we got a lot of shit cleaned out of this house, but there’s plenty still to do. The junk drawers are still calling my name.

Hydration + Nourishment

I decided to add this category in place of finances for February. I took on a 28 day challenge for myself to eat greens with every major meal. Success for all three meals on Day 1.

Pizza over greens totally counted for lunch.

Parenthood + Relationships

It was tough getting back in to the swing of things this morning…for everyone. We had some yelling, some tears and some very curt goodbyes. I wasn’t proud of my behavior and I texted my husband to tell him so.

Of course I expected way more back then what I got, but I need to remember that when speaking my truth, it has be be enough to let it go, not the response.

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