I keep forgetting that there are no universal solutions, so I'm trying not to be that jerk who says, "Just run it off," when it comes to emotional imbalances. The final stages of my cure pretty much coincided with a gym membership, and I can and can't believe it was really that simple. Granted, I used to swim pretty much every day after school, and everybody still hated me, and my outlook reflected such.
Incidentally, I haven't been running in weeks. It's just too hot. I have no energy. I'm getting grouchy. But I am about to finish week 5 of 200 situps and squats, and I am one day away from the weight goal I set for myself before I could start buying shoes again. Now that of the usual suspects everything cute is out of stock in my size.
I'm actually unsubscribing to a bunch of stuff instead of deleting repetitively. Sales are great, but how often will there be a sale on something I really want/need? As I opened the World Market email to get to the unsubscribe link, though, I paused on the hammock. Want. Except I have no outside lounge area, and there is no space in my apartment to set it up (though I think that could be kind of neat; in a living room this sunny, there should totally be some patio furniture and fake grass like the last time I was in the Cantoni showroom). UGH! I do not have $99 to spend on a hammock that will snowball into redoing my living room! Unsubscribe! Delete!
I set my alarm too early, but there is something about having the time to take care of everything that needs to be taken care of (happiness is an unloaded dishwasher) and still have some time to reflect. However, I need to figure out how to format receipts in this stupid program and get in the shower in the next 10 minutes.