My plan for tomorrow:
- 5:00 AM – 5:30 AM – Wake Up, Get Up
- 5:30 AM – 6:00 AM
- Read ODB, Answers in the heart – write down what they made me think about and how I felt.
- Read other sheets I picked up at SAA if time allows
- 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM – Workout: Day 1 Workout
- 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM – Shower and Cleanup, **Meditate**
- 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM – Breakfast at Method Coffee
- 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM – AT&T Install
- Figure out
Citytrip: ESRI PC and Move
- Book moving truck
- Open BB&T Saving Account
- Figure out
- 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM – Walk to a lunch spot
- Start Reading Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
- Spend at least 1hr working on Disclosure document
- Rest of day TBD.
Now about the rest of my day…
I went to my SAA meeting this evening. It was a small group tonight, 7 people. It was good. I enjoyed it and I felt I got something out of it. I was encourage to hear others talk about the brain getting healthier. I was discouraged to here about one of the fellows getting divorced. I did notice when my mind began to wander; I guess I’m starting to be a bit more mindful.
I talked to MyWife after my meeting. I find it discouraging how she is always telling me about how others are telling her that this is a lifelong disease and it never goes away and it will always be a struggle.
Why can’t she just be positive? That would be more helpful.
I felt like today was a good day. I enjoyed my time with MyWife, I feel a bit more relaxed and I wasn’t dwelling on the future. I am going to have to dig into how it felt to see
Friend/FormerFriend? on the trail today. Maybe I can do that tomorrow.
Thank you God for a bit of peace today.
Three things I am grateful for:
- A good morning and afternoon with Kendra
- A good meeting and that I was able to go
- To not be staying at an AirBnB tonight
I just did my Calm Meditation today. The breathing felt good, however, my chest felt tight. My lungs did feel blocked, it’s just that my chest felt tight. It was alleviated a little bit by putting my shoulders back.
I do really need to work on some enhanced or deep breathing exercises though.