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Two Thoughts For The Day

Friday, February 22, 2013

First thought comes from Coach Nancy who said : " When you take the focus off the scale, amazing things can happen" This year my focus is not on what the number on the scale states. Yes I am on 2 team challenges that i must weigh in on 146.9 which is a little over high end on of my range 137.7 to 146.3 with 142 mid I did get up to 149.2 ugh. So I do have some weight t ot re-lose but its not my main focus this year. My goals for this year is ot stay within range work on my cardio conditioning and lower my BF% In my heart I know if I refocus away from the scale amazing things will happen.

Coach Nancy quote is a great reminder that the scale should not be our defining moment

Second thought of the day was i speaking with one of the young girls ( she's 19 ) it was right after we both had customers from HeLL they were older then me in their 60 or older I stated to her I hope that is not what ins in story for me in a few years . She wanted ot know what I meant being I said becoming an old grumpy frumpy old lady mad at the world. We had a few Ha Ha's. I said its not that far away for me and she told me she thought I was about her mom's age early 40's had to tell her no I'm 52 .

So that got me thinking trying ot sum it up Now that I am the age I am I can honestly say I'm very at home in my own skin - I like me I enjoy me I'm at peace with my life If I stay at the weight I am its okay. Yearly days I was never content with myself I needed to be and look like some one else. Amazing what a few years on this journey can do to you and your thinking

I really do think this journey is way more about SELF ACCEPTANCE then anything else .
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DESERTJULZ 2/25/2013 9:42PM

    Kudos for putting the focus on what's healthy! Love your attitude.

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TERESA159 2/24/2013 8:09PM

    I'm 53 and know what you mean about wondering what kind of older person you will be. Healthy, I hope! And self-acceptance is healthy. (As long as it's not confused with giving up!) And yes, I agree that the scale is not the only measure we should be using to access our health. There's so much more going on than how much we weigh!

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AMYTRIPP 2/24/2013 7:45PM

    What an awesome attitude you have!! emoticon

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DSJB9999 2/23/2013 6:13PM

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SHRINKINGSHERI 2/23/2013 8:48AM

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Self-acceptance is something we all strive for and something that eludes most of us.

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KANOE10 2/23/2013 8:30AM

    Self acceptance is so important! Good luck on your challenges! You can do it.

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SCHNOOTIE 2/23/2013 8:19AM

    It's so true what you said! It is about self acceptance. We come to realize that we will spend the rest of our lives with us. And what a sad lonely road if we don't befriend that person and make it our sidekick :)

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-WRKNG2ABTTRME- 2/22/2013 10:47PM

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DRB13_1 2/22/2013 10:40PM

    emoticon Looking good!!!
No, you will never be a bitter "old lady." You are precious! emoticon

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MICKEYH 2/22/2013 10:34PM

    emoticon for looking young !! Good luck on your challenge. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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