Hi there! How did you do in the Challenge? I think achieving consistency can be difficult. If you can be consistent in one habit for 21 days it's definitely a good beginning.
I was fortunate to visit Scotland some time ago (in my "other" life!) I spent about a week there and we stayed in various B&B's along the Wisky Trail. I loved everything about it! I even liked the haggis (I live in Eastern Pennsylvania and there is something similar to haggis called scrapple. People pan fry it until it's all browned and firm but still soft on the inside, then they serve it with either maple syrup or ketchup.) It's my dream to visit again some day. (Especially the Isle of Sky again). 27 days ago
Your new job is someones old job. Your new excuse is someones old excuse. Your new health plan is someones old heath plan. You may not be chartering new waters in finding the new you, but you can be positive and have fun along the way.
Evening! If you give up now, how will you ever know you could have succeeded? No matter the cost or sacrifice, keep pushing yourself beyond your own boundaries. Make this minute the minute of decision and break free of your self-made limitations!!
Howdy! If we canâ€™t do 1 sit-up, why set a goal to do 100 sit ups by the end of the week? Although we may have the desire to set miraculous goals, temper them with reality and tone the goals down into achievable goalsâ€¦then we will reap a feeling of success instead of failure and frustration. Another new day is here! You're doing great! Keep up the hard work and sacrifices!