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May 17th, 2016 at 06:06 am

I went to the gym today and did a 45 minute water aerobics class, sat in the hot tub for 15 minutes, and then did an hour water Zumba class. It was fun and I kept up okay, though learning the steps in the water Zumba class was a little harder. I tend to have two left feet when I am first starting out. Eventually I get things though and do pretty good. I think it'll be five or six more classes until I am at that point though.

I had so much energy afterwards I felt like swimming laps, but decided that would definitely overdo it. I think I will sleep very well again, tonight. Tomorrow they only have one water aerobics class, but it is an hour. Unfortunately it ends at 10 and then lap swimming isn't until noon. So I'd either have to come back then if I wanted to exercise longer or come back at 8 p.m. Yeah, not so much.

The exercising is definitely a control thing. Since I can't really control our financial future at this point I am channeling it all into working out. Which is good up to a point, but I really do have to be careful not to go at it too hard. I don't want to hurt myself. It's a good distraction though. And it makes me too tired to dwell too much on life in limbo.

And it could be worse. I could be focusing all my attention on food. I don't want to do that because I can get a wee bit obsessive when I do. Like the way I am obsessive about budgeting and savings, which can sometimes get out of hand, too. I mean there are only so many scenarios I can run on spreadsheets for the future, but that doesn't stop me from running them.

Ah, issues. I have them.

4 Responses to “More Pool Time”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Exercise and taking care of your body is a great thing to focus on!

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    It's great to recognize your issues and try to channel them vs. letting them take over! I have a similar issue with obsessing over money and financial scenarios, but every once in a while I manage to get my head out of that space and put it somewhere else. It's amazing how much I can get done in other areas, but I have to really be mindful about it or else I slip back into obsessing over one thing.

  3. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I need to have some of your focus rub off on me...

  4. livingalmostlarge Says:

    Good job on working out. I find it relaxes me probably because it's my only me time.

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