It’s reached that time of the year where goals generally fall by the wayside. Thankfully, I think I’ve done pretty good, and the most important ‘resolution’ I had was to get myself back to a healthy place emotionally so I could function like a normal human being again.
The good news is that I think I can check that off the list! The anxiety hasn’t entirely gone away — and it probably never will — but now that I’m a pro at noticing the symptoms I can get on top of it before it gets on top of me.
So, sticking with the mushy, sappy feels theme I’ve got going for this post, read on to learn more about all the exciting and awkward things that happened to me in March, and how those things made me feel.
March Had Me Feeling…
Proud because we actually managed to plan and run a successful Hearthstone Fireside Gathering! In the end we had 14 people come and join us for a few hours of Hearthstone games and give aways, which may not seem like much, but we live in a coastal town of less than 30,000 people. The fact that 14 people were brave enough to come out and meet strangers who also love the game is nothing short of a miracle!
Frustrated because I keep making what I think are small, positive changes to help improve my physical health, but the scales are not budging. In fact, just the other day someone asked me if I was pregnant again. Nope, I’m just fat, but thanks all the same.
Tardy because my usually well behaved children have been tag teaming it on who is going to be the biggest pain in the arse whenever I need to go somewhere or do something. First it was the screen time tantrums, now it’s my usually cruisy eight month old acting like a class A clinger.
Unorganised because I managed a whole seven posts here on the blog, even though I have had more than plenty to write about. If other mothers can run a successful business from home while also studying and running a blog, then why the hell am I incapable of it?
Conflicted because I tried a game outside of my comfort zone, and I’m not sure whether or not I hated it because I am completely new to the MOBA/Brawler genre, or I hated it because it’s a bad game.
— Neri (@nerisanda) March 24, 2015
Awesome because I was able to help a friend’s daughter with her school project from half way across the world! I can’t wait to talk more about ‘Flat M’ and her adventures, but I suppose I should let her finish the project first before I go blabbing about it all over the internet!
Embarrassed that I thought I could revive my live streaming dream, but alas, I am well past the Twitch streamer use-by date!
Hopeless because I still haven’t kept up with the meal planner and our financial goals seem further away than ever.
Older but definitely not wiser!
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