Since I started this blog, I’ve had my ups and downs, mostly going through periods of disappointment. Ex. “My eating was pretty good,” “My workout was alright,” “Here is a list of improvements I plan to make for next week.”
It’s been just over a month since I’ve done any real exercise, and yet regardless of that, and all the improvements I potentially could have made, my eating, as it’s occurred to me over the past few days, has been pretty damn good. Of course I have my off moments, but despite the fact that I had pretty much written myself off and decided I didn’t care about this stuff at all, I realized that I do care, I have all along, and without even really trying I have held on to and maintained a ton of the positive eating habits that I have built.
Exercise needs to start happening again, and I need to get a little more organized with my life, but over all, things are turning around.
Working for the website is getting easier, and better, and one of my posts got the most hits this month.
I actually don’t feel extremely poor for once. I was able to go shopping, get a manicure today, and go to an art show and literally not even feel an ounce of guilt about spending any of that money.
I’m talking to another guy. The other one I mentioned awhile back started to fizzle out, but I’m moving forward, getting out there and doing things. More importantly I texted this guy today because I’m interested and want something to happen. I don’t want to sit around and wait for things. I can make them happen.
My plan for tomorrow:
- Wake up/eat breakfast
-Go to the bank/pick up hair dye while out
- Collect pictures for this weeks articles
-Try to finish crocheting Kayla’s scarf
It’s a pretty full day, but I think when I plan things out like this, I’m usually better at getting stuff done. I still want to find a nice day planner, but I’m still working on it.
Here’s to becoming an organized, energetic, motivated, and fit member of society