October 10th

Monday, October 10, 2011

Most barriers to your success are man-made. And most often, you're the man who made them.

- Frank Tyger

Let me just say that I needed this quote to appear in my email inbox today! My motivation has been seriously lacking the last couple of weeks, no matter how eager I try to be. I had been slacking at tracking my food so it's been nice that it's been back in the challenges I'm still participating in. I sat down today and entered everything from the last week since I hadn't had a chance to do it - UGH! I really have been standing in my own way of success. I hadn't realized just how much I'd let my portion sizes get out of control again. Out of 7 days, I only stayed in-range on one. It's time to change that for sure!

I got a wake-up call this morning to go walking with the ladies, which was just what I needed to get motivated for the day. I wish I could say that I'd stayed that way in more than one way though. I did finish editing the photos for the family shoot on did on the 1st. Everything is ready and they'll be delivered tomorrow. Today has been a big day for Sophisticated Snapshots - I booked another wedding for the end of January and a baby shower the first weekend of November. I'm so excited that the jobs are starting to come in a little more now. This has been 3 years in the making and it feels so good to finally be getting somewhere with it.

I'm off to do my strength training to wrap up the day while I watch Castle. As long as the rain holds off, the ladies and I are going walking again in the morning. It's nice to have someone to exercise with again - it's been awhile. Hopefully it will help me break through my own lack of motivation and get back on track!
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  • JANDK156
    It's nice you can make your cardio social, too :D
    2930 days ago
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