Last week I mailed the Statement of Arrears to community services (ie. of how far ex is behind on court-ordered support payments). This was sent 3+ months after the other letters, and after 2 years of trying to manage without legal enforcement. It’s complicated and scary, mathematically and emotionally. If you are in similar situation, don’t wait like I did. Sooner is better. I know it’s hard to do, but you can get through it.
64crows's Life List
1. get a job
2. do some creative writing
3. study french
4. Daily: Reflect on at least 5 things for which I'm grateful (Happiness Manifesto #2)
Nowhere near as horrible as my procrastination made it out to be. And I found errors in this and last years’ returns that will reduce what I owe in the long run.
The revenue people were super easy to call with questions since its so far past the due date and I got lots of extra help. Silver linings :)
Today was an accomplishment. I was tired and depressed and hated every minute of it, but kept going, and surpassed my target distance of 3 miles (which is more like a minimum.) It was dark and hot, and so humid that it was like being surrounded by boiling pots of pasta.
My check marks here don’t show it, because I’m still learning this app, but I have walked 40 miles in the last 14 days. Of those days, there were 4 on which didn’t walk.
I’m sore sometimes, as I wasn’t fit to start out (overweight by 25lbs). At first my lower back was especially vocal. Then, my shins and the joints of my big toes. Now it is my upper buttocks and the tips of my thighs that complain most. I’ve lost no weight but my strength and energy are building.