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Frozen in time…

Have you ever felt frozen? Not cold frozen… but almost paralyzed frozen… a feeling that you have so much to do and you just cannot move…

I have been feeling like this for some time… laundry… cleaning… and yes, my writing… I have ideas coming out the wazooo and I just can’t or won’t make the time to sit down and do it… I’m frozen…

I have been getting myself in a rut lately, I can feel it, for the first time in my life I am really worrying about “gaining” weight I have worked so hard to loose and I really am making myself nuts about it.. My exercise has slacked off a lot since my Wellness Makeover started, first due to conflicts with the summer schedules and then well I guess I just started to “panic” about driving due to making myself nuts soooo I’m frozen…

The good news is I am going away with my husband this week and hopefully will be able to MAKE the time to do some things for MYSELF… That is also a little problem I have “making” the time for me… again, I’m frozen…but I won’t have any choice next week, I’m heading to the wonderful Canyon Ranchand well there is nothing but wholesome living there! So it will be eat, pray, and back to loving myself once again… wish me luck on my thaw-out…

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Comments

  1. Hi Shelley—
    I know this feeling only too well. So much to do and never enough time. So where do we steal the time from? Ourselves, of course! Thankfully I've been writing a lot lately but my house is a disaster and my exercise program…oh yeah, WHAT exercise program?? Enjoy your weekend. Stepping out of the storm is often very helpful.

  2. You know, I really do think we go through natural phases like this when we just aren't as "on." Sometimes, the only thing you can do is ride it out, and know that you will get back to it soon. Be as kind to yourself as possible.

  3. We all get in those ruts! Here's to hoping that you can climb out of yours when you want to!!