May In Review and Catch Up
Monday, June 13, 2011
I had hoped things would slow down but it has yet to happen. This past week has been the worst. School trip, markets, soccer, hubby gone for 3 days on another school trip, meetings and finished off with a breakfast with friends and my volunteer time with Relay For Life. I haven't been doing a To Do List, tracking or anything and it's been showing. I'm not gaining but I'm not really loosing either. I haven't been purposely exercising - it has been part of something I've been doing like spending a day at the local marsh outdoor center with my daughter's class doing orienteering and patrolling for the survival game (ensuring all kids are in the marked off area and helping anyone that may get injured). That day not only did I walk miles, I ran just under 2km! We had to keep an eye on all 5 groups of kids to make sure they weren't having problems with the GPS units or getting off the main trails and getting lost in the 300 acres that makes up the center so it was alot of movement. When money isn't so tight, I will be joining the center as a member so I can go whenever I want to walk, run or bike the trails. It's a nice, quiet, nature filled place to go and get re-energized.
I have to get back on track. I feel crappy and the days are blending together again. Time to refocus and get back to being clear headed and get that get it done attitude back - not this do it later one. As you can guess, May goals went out the window. So instead of making goals and feeling horrible for not being successful, I'm going to focus on the day to day. I need to really make time to get back on SP and post. I have been reading, but it's usually to catch up on the week and then I don't have time to post replies or blog. I need to make time. My "To-Do List" will have this added in every day.
This week is slower. I have soap to make, a couple of Sunset Gourmet taste-testing parties scheduled and beautiful weather is scheduled for this week. So the plan is to get out and enjoy the nice weather.
Time to get pro-active rather than being re-active! I know I will feel better and get more done.