Vacation wrecked me

January’s ass was well kicked. I worked out every day, I was getting projects done around the house, staying on top of my work-work, and feeling pretty good about myself.  It was so good that I was even staying on top of sleep, was starting to feel rested. Things were shaping up to close the door on the blahs and worse of the last two plus years.

Then we went on vacation.  The trip itself was not the problem, good times were had and it was generally deemed to be a success. There were niggling little things, though.  I had some trouble sleeping, as did Goose (pretty sure there is a correlation there somewhere).  We had fun, but it is work to be outside of your home with the little people, and that can be tiring.  We were slightly delayed coming home, but it was enough to put all of our schedules slightly off.  Then there was the plague.  The lils caught it at the resort, and it lingered for a week.  Bad enough that they were not only home with me, but were actively miserable.  Willy was super busy at work that week, so I had to take the time off and I then caught a less severe version of the plague.  The dominoes fell.

Now I can’t get back on track.  There are so many things that I need to be doing, but can’t.  So behind on all the things that I really want to be doing, but have no time.  I get paralyzed by indecision, because I can no longer prioritize, and then get nothing accomplished.  It’s driving me batty.  I am going for a couple of days this weekend.  I hope it fixes me.

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Ottawa mom to two crazy little peeps, wife to my favourite geek. More on me later.
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2 Responses to Vacation wrecked me

  1. Chantal says:

    “I get paralyzed by indecision, because I can no longer prioritize, and then get nothing accomplished.” That is the story of my life. My DH and I had a discussion about this exact thing this AM. Now that he is back from his trip, and well rested, he is all gung ho to go crazy on organizing the house. Meanwhile I am exausted from solo parenting for a week and took his gung ho’ness the wrong way and got all snippy. HA Oh the fun.

  2. Somekindofmom says:

    Having too much to do is overwhelming. There are nagging projects all over my house that stare me in the face every day. Like the unpainted and unstained mouldings from the hardwood flooring installation done nearly 2 years ago. DH and I started a 5 year schedule of things we want to get done around the house. That was supposed to help, if we actually looked at the thing! 😉 Ok I’m realizing that’s really bad advice. I guess what I’m saying is you aren’t alone. You can only do what you can do!

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