Those Darn Curtain Strings!

Angie Monko - Saturday, June 05, 2010
Dear Friends,

I don't know if you're like me, but the littlest things drive me nuts!  A long time ago I learned
that keeping my environment neat and orderly kept me safe.  Last night when I got home
from work, I went into the living room, where my daughter had untied the curtains from
behind their tie backs, to make it dark in the room to watch a movie.  Well, the curtain
strings had fallen off their hooks and back behind the couch. For one thing, I don't like a
dark room; I like lots of light.  And two, it's very difficult to retrieve the strings from behind
the couch without moving the couch.  And three, she didn't do it herself, despite my
telling her on numerous occasions to do so! 

You wouldn't think such a small thing would bring out my anger but it did.  Lately it seems
the little kid inside of me wants to get upset at the slightest reproach or inconvenience.
What is she (my inner brat) trying to tell me?  I have also felt like just being alone, and
then guilt ensues because I wonder if I'm selfish.  What are these messages trying to convey?

It could be as simple as get more sleep and don't eat dinner so late at night.  Eating dinner
late allows me to go to sleep with a full stomach, during a time when my food doesn't digest
as well, and I don't get as quality of sleep either.  So this affects my weight because fat burns
less efficiently while I'm sleeping, and it affects my moods.  My moods can cause stress which
also negatively impacts my weight.  Maybe my inner child is smarter than I give her credit,
if I'll just listen.  Are you REALLY listening to the messages your emotions and body are
sending you?  It might be a good time to start.  Happy Friday!  

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Peace & Blessings,  
Angie Monko,

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