And what an most excellent relief it was! I could feel the little demon leave my body with about my 5th sip of relaxing tea after peeling off my bra and donning my jammers. This month was a rough ride...
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I guess I knew it was coming on. I was irritated and annoyed. Not by anything in particular. I just felt like being crabby. It’s unfortunate for those around me though. Nothing specific put me into this bitchy state. At...
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It’s Wednesday, October 14, 2020. I wake up.  Feel really good.  Go out to the kitchen. Step on some gross floor stuff.  Get my water and my coffee.  Sit down to meditate. Hear the dog barking through my meditation. Husband...
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I got a little irritated today. By my own realizations. It happens sometimes. By now you may have become aware that I feel like I’m struggling on this journey of perimenopause. One thing I haven’t discussed yet is the feeling...
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The nicer version of that, seen on lululemon bags is this “Do one thing every day that scares you.” It’s a cult followed mantra and it’s a gooder. I’ve been posting pictures of our training hikes this spring on social...
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I’ve written 3 other blogs trying to avoid this one. Because to be honest, it makes me feel silly. It also makes me feel sad. It makes me feel angry. It makes me feel ridiculous. It makes me feel ashamed....
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Women over 40. I hear you and let me apologize profusely. I once thought the results you weren’t getting were strictly because you weren’t trying hard enough. Complete a$$hole move. I know. Because I turned 40 a few years back...
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I’m standing there. The name right on the tip of my tongue. And I’m having this conversation with myself. A little pep talk. Come on you can do it. Remember her name. She’s so and so’s sister. The last name...
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What is sleep hygiene?  The National Sleep Foundation defines sleep hygiene as a variety of practices and habits that are necessary to have good nighttime sleep quality and full daytime alertness.  Despite the fact that people know sleep is important...
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I don’t want to start calling them senior moments. I’m only 45 years old. But man if I’m not having some serious brain fog days where I’m struggling for the right words that were just on the tip of my...
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