Oh boy!! Yesterday was NOT a good food day for me. Ugh! Let's just say that my fork was out of control. It kept putting food in my mouth. I guess I need a new fork or something -- that one was obviously broken. That hasn't happened to me in a long time, so in the scheme of things, one bad day won't ruin me.
I need to learn that new kitchen walking exercise:
Soooo, today is a new day. A day to start over.
If you blew it yesterday too, you can have a fresh start today. Don't beat yourself up. Just get a new fork -- one that isn't broken -- & move on.
It's true, isn't it? It's so easy to find an excuse if it's really something you don't want to do, right? I've been there & done that & even gotten the t-shirt!
Think about your healthy lifestyle a minute. How badly do you really want that? How badly do you want to feel better & look better? How badly do you want a healthy body? Unfortunately for me it took a pretty big health scare to get my attention. I could have done something about my weight many years ago, but it wasn't important to me & I put it off until later. Later just happened to have the "cancer" word attached to it. Yikes!! Wake-up call!! Ring Ring!!!
I beg you . . . don't wait until a health scare to do this healthy lifestyle thing. Please learn from my mistakes & start now . . . TODAY!! Don't wait another second longer!!
Yes, we're going to meet up with some obstacles:
If it’s important to you, you’ll find a way. If not, you’ll find an excuse. ~Frank Banks~
Life is uncertain & we are not promised tomorrow. Get off the sofa & start living. There are so many wonderful things to enjoy while we're here.
Hug your family & friends . . . often. Tell them how much they mean to you . . . often. Tell them you love them . . . often.
Tomorrow, a couple that hubby & I know have to bury their youngest daughter who was only 19 years old. She was a vibrant young lady -- always smiling, always joking & so full of life. She was living life -- not sitting on the sofa.
Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. ~ Robert Brault ~