Advice on trudging through bad days

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Re: Advice on trudging through bad days

Postby Dr. McCoy » 09 Jul 2011, 10:55

Exercise? I might have to try it.
Keep on trucking divea.
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Re: Advice on trudging through bad days

Postby divea » 09 Jul 2011, 12:01

Dr. McCoy wrote:Exercise? I might have to try it.
Keep on trucking divea.

Yes Doc, but now the butt clenching is hurting. Oh the morning after!!!
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Re: Advice on trudging through bad days

Postby Gao Bohan » 11 Jul 2011, 22:55

jimipresley wrote:Orange juice and a jog? The cure for all of the evils that life flings at you!


No, not orange juice and a jog. A jog and orange juice. :)

A good workout does wonders for my perspective. Obviously, it doesn't really solve anything in and of itself, but it reduces my stress and helps me think more positively and clearly. You should try it. :wink:
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Re: Advice on trudging through bad days

Postby Tomas » 11 Jul 2011, 23:21

Cleaning the house and exercising cure a lot of ills for me. Something about reducing clutter settles my mind, and there's nothing like a natural high after a good sweat.

That, and taking action on things, particularly where the action involves serving another person, always sets me straight.

Hope you are feeling better divea.
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Re: Advice on trudging through bad days

Postby divea » 11 Jul 2011, 23:40

Tomas wrote:Cleaning the house and exercising cure a lot of ills for me. Something about reducing clutter settles my mind, and there's nothing like a natural high after a good sweat.

That, and taking action on things, particularly where the action involves serving another person, always sets me straight.

Hope you are feeling better divea.

Cleaning the house is WORK. And its not soothing for me at all. I've been without help for more than 2 months now, and I am ready to get bonded labour (it's a joke PC police) or invest in a robot.

Serving another person??? Call me selfish, but when I am down, I usually like some servicing myself! :D

I am fine now, thanks....everything's SNAFU!
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