January 1st, 2012

Sunday, January 01, 2012

Well, so far today I've:

-been hungover from last night

-not made it to the yoga class I wanted to go to

-eaten both meat and gluten


Not so hot. I knew I needed to take a little time for myself, so I've decided to rewrite my 2012 Resolutions and re-post here. I will also try VERY hard to make it to the 6pm yoga class tonight at my favorite studio. I missed the special 3 and a half hour New Years class with my friend/favorite instructor, but I'm not going to beat myself up over it.

Re-Resolutions for 2012:
1. Strengthen my yoga practice so that I can follow through on gluten-free, vegetarian lifestyle
2. Teach less and practice more...try to practice 3 x week as soon as my wrists are better
3. Keep a log of how much I am exercising on SparkPeople
4. Cook more, eat out less! Each Sunday, I'd like to shop for groceries and cook something for the coming week.
5. Have body fat % measured in January…evaluate from there

Notice that I am not planning to track food on Sparkpeople. Surprisingly, I think I've gotten calories pretty much under control. I know what I need to do to eat around my calorie range (1850-2100/day), and if I stray from what I need to do, I get up the next day and try again. So, therefore, I don't really need the macro-nutrient tracker on SP. I might need it later this year tho.

So, there you go.
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  • ERINBEAR1876
    You can get up and start over at any time, but I like how you are saying enough, you will do this, and not make excuses. Don't beat yourself up, and just make your next choice the right one for you. Then another. And another! It's hard to do, especially at first, but putting one foot in front of the other sometimes is all it takes, even just getting into the clothes that you need to wear to yoga.

    Be strong!
    2301 days ago
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