Week 1: Shakeology & Daily Workouts
For those who didn't know I have been doing Shakeology for a week now, today…
It’s been a while since I simply rambled about whatever I feel like and so today is your lucky day, you get to listen to Brandy Ellen ramble on and on about whatever comes to my mind.
For starters I would like to say that I don’t understand why my children can be happy and smiling one moment and then the next be at each others throats in such a way that I can’t tear them apart fast enough. Children are amazing, I grew up with one sister, she is four years younger than me and so we would always play girl games, but with two sons and one daughter my house seems to play more boy games such as baseball, basketball and wrestling. My sons love wrestling and so does my daughter until she is the one who gets hurt.
The next thing that has been on my mind lately is why my memory is so shot, it seems I can’t focus on anything. I try to play computer games and the Wii Games on occasion but my mind can’t even focus on those games. It’s like no matter what I try to do; shop, type, write a blog post or even play a game I used to love to play, I can’t remember a thing. My brain loses focus and my mind just draws a complete blank! Do you ever have this problem?
Sleep is something that I am lacking again, but it’s all a part of raising two energetic boys. My youngest is not nearly as energetic and aggressive as my older son but they both certainly would rather run around like crazy monkeys all day long than take a nap or enjoy some peace and quiet. I think that’s just how boys are, females need their alone time and relax time, males just want to get things done and move on with the day!
Overall I am loving all that is happening in my life but if I can’t get some more sleep and soon I will crash. Luckily every other weekend when my munchkins are gone I get to catch up which means this coming weekend I will probably be sleeping until noon and going to sleep early both days just to be sure I catch up on the loss of sleep from two weeks of restless nights.