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September 30, 2011


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Thanks for this, I know I have been having those gut-involved upheavals lately and I needed the reminder! In 5 years, which issues are still going to matter?


God I wish it were that flipping easy for me. I just make myself sick with the worrying and waiting for resolve...which is exactly what I've been doing about my second job for the last week. If only I were one of those who couldn't eat when stressed.
To add insult to injury, I'm always on-call Friday nights so I can't even participate fully with wine part.

::pity party over::

Misty @ The Family Math

Thanks for the timely reminder. I've got a few stressful things on my plate at the moment, but you are right. Once a little time passes, these things won't really matter that much.


yes. great reminder... now if only i can get my nerves to agree... going to try to be at #wineparty ... but it goes to fast to NOT use tweetdeck, & my computer HATES tweetdeck...ugh


So true, so true, so true. So hard to not obsess over certain stupid things and then spiral downnnnnnnnnnnnn. Ick.


As we say in my house: "You don't have a problem until you have a problem." Potential problems such as "We might not make the plane" or "We'll be eating cat food when we retire" are dismissed that way.


I've been spending some time stressing over a recent problem, but the thing is...this problem won't ever go away. I'm stuck with it until the day I die. I am trying to chill out and tell myself there is nothing I can do about it and things will be okay, but it's hard. Most days I'm fine, and then I have a bad day or moment and all I can do is cry about it. I am not the only one with this problem, and many say it does get better, but right now I'm having a hard time seeing how it can get better.


I had the same situation with our first (and only) house. Add that I was 6 months pregnant and hormonal, and you know how that goes. We are in the same house now for 14 years. I am also dealing with a stressful situation, which solution is painful no matter which direction I go. Somedays I'm good. Other days I cry. Then I pick myself up and move on. This too shall pass. I made it through the last 3 months, I can keep going. Focus on the positive. Move forward as best I can. Good news: at least I lost 13 lbs over the stress :)

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