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Restless

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Here’s the thing about deciding to live life, to stop waiting for tomorrow, and to stop settling:

Restlessness is far more common.

Anytime I feel like I’m just idling, like I’m not moving forward, I get restless. I feel that now.

Although my food was pretty decent last week, I didn’t work out, had a rough weekend, and saw a big fat ZERO weightloss on the scale today. I feel like going for a run. I’m restless.

I have a job and stability and a work schedule, but I want to work for myself. I’m restless.

I have an amazing man in my life who has changed me in so many wonderful ways, but I keep wanting to know what’s next. I’m restless.

I want to see more of the world, but don’t have the money. I’m restless.

My son would have been 3 years old this November and I am ready to try again. I’m restless.

I’m restless.

 

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Written by No More Tomorrows

June 20, 2011 at 10:26 am

Posted in NoMoreTomorrows

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