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Either I Will Find A Way, Or I Will Make One

As 2014 ends, I looked back at what I did this year yesterday and today I’m looking at how far I have come on my Project Kate plans.

Physical Health

There have been a couple ups and downs this month. My body overall is okay, but my knee is not. It was in the process of dislocating and either a) got 90% of the way there and changed its mind or b) dislocated for approximately half a second. It has been very rough the past couple of weeks and I’ve been counting down to February 12, when it will get fixed. But, like I said, the rest of me has been okay. I saw a naturopath about some long-term things that have been going on (like how I’ve been consistently anemic for 8 years), and I think we have a plan, but that all needs a post all to itself. Hopefully on Friday it will be up! 

Mental Health

Good news is that it has been pretty good, bad news is that I had my first anxiety attack since August. Every holiday season, we go see a holiday show. At the restaurant before the show (White Christmas!), it started and it lasted until about halfway through the show, so that was great. Other than that, though, it has been fine.

Graduate School

1 application is in and another 3 will be this week! Eek!
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Work Plans

I’m starting to look at part-time positions to maybe do after recovering from surgery/infusion, so that’s excited! Haven’t done much freelance writing/editing since early December, but hoping to pick that up this month. 
Other Plans

Regular yoga and enjoying my new Nutribullet mean hopefully a better and healthier me! I have been reading more recently, which I’ve really enjoyed. As a whole, I am ready to leave 2014 behind and begin 2015 with doing what is best for me. I am going to make a great year!

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  • Reply Rebekah L

    I hope your health continues to improve! The holidays always heighten my anxiety, often leading to full blow panic attacks. As much as I love this time of year, the stress gets to me.

    December 30, 2014 at 5:09 pm
  • Reply Sandy Pincombe

    Praying for better health for you. Just had an epidural at the pain clinic for my spinal stenosis…also have a sprained ankle that I have had for 9 weeks. That is getting better and the orthopedic doctor says it will take another month. But hey, I am getting around with no pain pills now. But question for you is: how do you like your naturopath? Have been thinking about seeing one.

    December 30, 2014 at 6:16 pm
  • Reply Katie @ Chalk it up to Better Luck

    Yay for Grad school applications! I'm only in my second year of my undergrad…and really not because the education program is ridiculously long, but I hope you get to go exactly where you want to!

    January 5, 2015 at 7:05 pm
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