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Daily blogging 3-13-18

Tuesday, March 13, 2018


Ugh! That's how I feel today. Just ugh. I feel so drained and tired that I hardly got anything done at all today. It's a miracle that I got the basics done, like cooking dinner and cleaning the dishes. I wanted to sit on the couch and stuff my face full of sugar, but I did not. I comfort ate, but it was all good food that's on my eating plan. I also managed to ride my exercise bike for 20 minutes. I didn't want to go for a walk because it's snowing like crazy outside. I'm not getting hit by that nor'easter, I'm too far inland. Instead, I'm getting hit by the storm that will probably become the next nor'easter. Seriously, the storm that is the current nor'easter hit us last Friday. What we are getting is heavy lake effect snow from lake Erie, because the lake thawed in February and then it got cold again. Ugh! My Garmin watch has been having an issue. The heart monitor is malfunctioning, so that the reader light is on all the time. That means the battery is draining in a day rather than the usual 5-7 days. I contacted Garmin though, and apparently this is a known problem because they said they're going to exchange it despite the fact that my watch is way out of warranty. Yay! I would have been kind of ticked if I had to replace a $350 watch after three years. So I'm going to do some extreme chilling on the couch tonight and read about vitamins that help with your energy level, and hope that tomorrow is a better day.
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  • CINDY247
    Keep on sparking!
    993 days ago
  • MAYDAY62
    I've been feeling the same way.... Just blah... I'm not a fan of winter, waiting for the summer, even the humidity.... I'm loving my Garmin watch, but it's got to where it needs to be charged often. I take Alive gummies for energy. They help!
    993 days ago
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