2011 In Review

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Well, here I sit 2 1/2 hours from midnight. Looking over the ups and downs of 2011. Weight wise, didn't do well at all. Just over 10 lbs for the year. I gave up and fell down many many times over the year. At the same time I've discovered alot about myself and the people I keep company with (this includes close family members) - and I've been weeding them out. I discovered this year I love to run, I enjoy my own company, I don't hate strength training (lol), I love my job, I love being back to work but most of all I love myself. I love myself enough to not let another year slip through my fingers. I WILL MAKE THE MOST OF 2012. There are still many changes to come and goals to strive towards but as I declutter my life of people and things that bring me down and hold me back, I'm also finding ways that work to help me achieve these goals. It's been a slow, painful process this past year but I know and have faith that in the end it will all have been worth it.

2012 is the year of challenging myself, experiencing life, living everyday with one objective - make healthy choices (physically, mentally, emotionally). That will start tomorrow or Monday as we are having a large New Year's day dinner so the eating part is almost shot right off the bat. Tonight I will be drinking Blackberry Merlot (I rarely drink at all but something has been nagging me to do it all week) and saying good bye to 2011 and welcoming 2012 with an open heart, open eyes and a positive mindset. I will not go to bed and sleep through the end of the year. I welcome 2012 and all the changes/challenges it will bring into my life.

To all my SP friends and fellow members; HAPPY NEW YEAR! Make 2012 YOUR BEST year yet!
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