Same goals, varying the foods. I thought I felt great yesterday but came home from the gym and napped. Naps are great, a sleep routine is even better. Tonight Im going to bed in 4 hours.
Time to get back to work to meet that goal.
Today is my 20k day. It came up unexpectedly, well because I hadn't been sparking in a few months. (I didn't have internet, I was too busy, I lalalaa just didn't).
The important this is that I'm back, and I still have lots to learn about myself. I have habits to break and I'm going to give myself (at least) another 20,000 leagues to get there as long as I never give up on myself.
It is an exciting day and I can't easily find the reasons or words why.
• I'm allowed to celebrate even if I'm still far from perfect - why not? perfect is an illusion.
• My choices are one of the few things I can impact if not control in life. I made progress in making better choices and each of those 20000 points is a testament to better choices. Control is an illusion too, but choices are real.
Here goes, I tripping the counter with one last point! HURRAY~
I have a gym bag in the car and some snacks tucked in there too. I struggling to spend the extra hours online in Spark to stay focused on the program. I didn't get my cardio in last night as well as a few things for work. So being ready for what the day brings is going to be important today.
I like the idea of taking extra time to post and ping my friends online - this makes me stronger. BUT at some point, I have to cut back on the internet hours so I can live in the real world. Getting organized, using a timer and some of the strategies I need to think on this weekend, because the next two weeks at work are going to be very busy. Here's to meeting the challenge (as I raise my glass of yogurt and green vitamin shake! We can do it!)
I got a full night's sleep last night and it has considerably improved my attitude. I used to think I could skip sleep and get away with it, and really didn't see the effects clearly.
I think it is the same with nutrition and exercise. Maybe the people that are really fit and healthy are the best at discriminating the little changes they lose when they slack off on good choices and time at exercise.
In speech our first training in articulation starts with listening, or auditory discrimination. You have to have an ear for speech to be able to duplicate sounds. Maybe I need to develop my ear to my body's needs, that would reinforce healthy habits for life.