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Sunday, January 9, 2010
At the beginning of December, I made a list of all the things that I wanted to do and accomplish before 2010 came to a close. I had lost over 100 pounds and maintained that weight for about a month and half. I felt great. Then, in the middle of January, the painful, killer arthritis started setting in and I found myself in a constant state of pain. I was so frustrated and wanted to cry. Instead, I threw away my accomplishment list and focused on making my life better in the little moments, the things I can control. In the middle of the month, I started walking and going to the gym. I started working out more frequently. I joined a new book club and started a poetry group. In February, I went through the RA flare cycle and was so tired and frustrated. I needed to sit back and enjoy my life. Instead, I made a list of things that I wanted to do and accomplished before the end of the year. I made sure that I was happy, healthy, and able to do the things I wanted to do. Instead of focusing on how much I had accomplished in 2010, I looked forward to the things I wanted to do and accomplished in the year to come.
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