I have made some progress since my “reboot” of sorts. While that is great and all fine and dandy, I have to make sure that I don’t get lost in the excitement or even over-cocky. I can’t afford to become complacent.
This is my life I am trying to change. While there are people in my life that would love to see me succeed, I cannot ever forget that I am the sole person who will benefit from me accomplishing my goals.
I am happy, but I am not happy every day. It’s unrealistic to think I can wake up and go to sleep happy every single day. I will stop trying to make myself appear or feel happy and just be able to express my emotions more honestly and genuinely. I will not however go back to being a Debbie Downer.
I CAN NOT have Tostitos in my house. I have to clear the ones I have out. And then I am not allowed to purchase any more bags for a very long time. No matter how many bonus fuels perks I’ll get or even if they go on sale buy one get twenty free.
I have to TRY harder. I have to PUSH harder. I cannot settle for one or two workouts a week. That will not get me to my goals. That is the absolute minimal, not the norm.
I will be participating in the Komen Race for the Cure on March 2. That means I have to get my butt in gear. I want to at least meet my best 5k time from 2011.
I will be more active on a day to day basis. I think sitting at a desk everyday for the past month has made me overly lazy. I got to a point where I wasn’t even taking the stairs every day at work.
My weight will go down. My fitness level will improve. These are facts I speak into truth. I can speak them because I will work for that to be my truth. This is the new normal for me.