Getting back on the horse

I think everyone has a bad day.  We all slip up. These mistakes don't define us, but rather, it is how we pick ourselves up. That bei...

I think everyone has a bad day.  We all slip up.
These mistakes don't define us, but rather, it is how we pick ourselves up.

That being said, I'm having a time of getting back into things.
Between my back saying "no más" and my grandma being "no más," I've "no más'd" myself into a bit of a funk. It's an endless cycle -- an emotion gets me down, I stop taking care of myself the way I should, I gain weight, eat badly, and then feel depressed about that.

There was literally one day i was so depressed I barely even got out of bed.  On a normal day, I average around 11,000 steps.  On Wednesday, I had 976 steps. My calories consumed has gone up, my activity down, and my alcohol intake up.

In other words, I'm a mess.

Did you know that the only day that doesn't end in "day" is "tomorrow?"

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