Why is it that bad habits are so much easier to develop than good ones? Maybe they aren't. But when you forget to engage in the bad habit you don't notice and feel bad about it later.
Oops! I forgot to eat massive amounts of chocolate today!
Oh crap. I didn't leave the cream cheese on the counter all day.
Dang. That makes four days running that I haven't forgotten to do something. (Like this would ever happen!)
So in changing the habit of when I take my meds from morning until evening, the blog stuff isn't helping me remember, so much. If I write in the morning and say that I am pretty sure i WILL take my meds, that doesn't have the same punch as writing later that I have already dosed myself.
I have not forgotten to take my medication, but I may have doubled up one or two days-- not sure if I had taken them or not. On the list of things to do tomorrow;
1. Put pills in pill minder (I found an unbroken one)
2. Call for refills (get on auto-refill through the mail)
3. Dang. I forgot what 3 was.
4. Oh yes. I will write earlier in the day-- but I will not post until after I have dosed.
Grateful Crap: oxygen
ate leafy greens
went to meeting
took a nap
Quaker, teacher, parent,