I’ve been having issues with work. I did end up back mostly in the job I had back in January when we were told that our jobs were moving. However, it was a long circuitous route, and it took about 6 months for that end result. In the meantime, since I suffer from depression, that’s where I was living. I am working on coming out of it, and am thinking that I might be getting there, albeit slowly.
I hadn’t actually planned on updating this blog, I had logged into the admin to make sure that WordPress was updated. In the meantime, I was logging into my crafting blog to post about a baby blanket that I started on – since crocheting was another thing that fell by the wayside in the last 6 months – and I started posting on this blog by accident.
I figured that was a sign, and once I copied the post into the correct site (my MoonxCreations site), I decided I’d go ahead and update this blog as well.
I am still going to have my bad days. I know I tend toward depression, and I know that I have trouble reminding myself that depression lies. But, at least I’m back to crafting (and baking since I like to cook) and I’m writing again.
I’m going to try to post weekly on here, if not more often.
Tomorrow at work won’t be fun. The new company I work for has this thing for the health insurance that if you’re heavy, you pay extra on your insurance. Since I have trouble losing weight even exercising and eating 1200 calories a day (yes, I track it), I get to have all of this testing only to determine that I’m still fat (well, duh). I know that at least my blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol are good, and I don’t smoke, so it’s just the weight that is the problem.
Which is funny, considering I can do 150 crunches, 15 full push ups, and 150 jumping jacks in under 10 minutes. I know this because I do it every week in Tae Kwon Do.
Ahh well, I do still sit at a desk most of the day, except for the half hour or so I use the standing desk, and I struggle to get 10,000 steps a day. I get it, by all of the most popular indicators, I’m a higher health risk than someone who is active all the time. It’s just frustrating when I do everything I can but the weight won’t move, and people look at me like I’m lazy.
Anyway, enough griping from me. Laterness & g’nite,.