Finding it hard
Sunday, September 02, 2012
So I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that I am finally working 40 hours a week at work. I have been working only part time hours for about a year, and that was only suppose to be temporary. So I am happy that I am finally get full time. The bad news, I am finding it VERY hard to get my workouts in these past two weeks. My normal routine is waking up at 6:30 every morning and doing my workout, then I would go to work at noon. Well now I have to work at 8 every morning which does not leave me enough time to do my workouts in the morning. I know those of you reading this are probably thinking well just do them when you get off work. It's not that simple for me. I am that person who has to do my workouts first thing in the morning or I more than likely won't do them.
This weekend I went completely off track. I don't normally get too down on myself for slipping up a little here and there because I usually stick to get eating habits most of the time. But today I feel pretty bad about how bad I have done this weekend. I drank both Friday and Saturday night. Which in turn the mornings after made me super hungry. On top of that I have been working on wedding stuff all weekend and it was easier to grab some fast food than to make anything.
I have not been very active on SP the last couple of weeks, but I know that for me personally I need to stay active on the site to help me keep pushing towards my goals. So I got on today to change my schedule around for my workouts and to read some articles. The articles and blogs always make me feel better and help me get my motivation back.
Any who, I guess I just needed to get these things off my chest. Hopefully I can get my butt back into gear and not screw this up. I have come so far these last few months and I would be terribly disappointed in myself if I just gave up. I am going to do my best not to let this set back these last couple of weeks get me down or throw me too far back. I hope everyone else is doing good on their journey.