BLC Weekend Challenge 2

Monday, January 28, 2013

Ok, My reason to blog is basically to get some points. But we will evaluate how things seem to be going! Eating really well which I am happy about. Slowly feeling a bit better. Started yoga last week. Did it every day last week but Monday and then today. It is what I have been missing. I ordered a 60 day yoga program and should be getting it some time this week. Really like Kurt Johnson who is the one who put the program together. He isn't on my channel any more which is disappointing. But this program will sure help me get in shape. Really looking forward to it.

My de-cluttering is going as scheduled. I have cleaned out underneath my bathroom cabinets. And some shelves in my kitchen. Think I threw enough old medicine out for the whole town. Amazing what we waste. But it has felt good to get these things done. Next week will be the entryway closet. Going to take a bit of time to get it all done! Think I need to start taking before and after pictures though so I can be proud of my progress! 3 large trashbags of crap thrown out so far!!!

What thing do I regret and am able to forgive myself. See this one is harder for me then for other people I guess. I have a hard time forgiving myself for things that I regret. I would say the one thing I guess I could say is that I regret not quitting smoking earlier in my life. I spent a lot of time fighting this one but when I finally did it, it has been one of the best things ever. I guess I can forgive myself for being hard headed and thinking that I couldn't do with out smoking!

Another part of the challenge this weekend is to evaluate how we will feel getting to our goal weight. Well another hard one. I was 20 pounds lighter 2 years ago. Was so close to my goal I could taste it. But wasn't satisfied then. Now I would do anything to be back to where I was even though it wasn't what I thought was the right goal weight then. I still felt like a fat girl though. When I looked in the mirror I saw flaws. So I'm not sure if we don't work on what got us here and being happy with who we are, no matter what weight we are will satisfy us. We will look in the mirror and still see that fat kid. I though did feel good when I was at the lighter weight. I had more energy and doing things were more enjoyable. So as I progress through this never ending journey, I am trying to reevaluate me on the inside as well as me on the outside. Maybe a much harder journey!

Thanks for reading! Have an amazing day!!
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    A wise friend said to me;
    Feeling Guilty, or Regretting Past Decisions & Choices won't change them. Only the Future is in Your Control. And it sounds as if you have a Firm Grip on the Future .
    Don't waste One Second of your Future Regretting The Past!! emoticon
    2350 days ago
    I know that feeling! Feeling fat no matter my weight. Gah! This time, my goal is to deal with the dysmorphia and beat it. As for the smoking, quitting is the greatest thing ever! You did it. Kudos! How long has it been now? Over two years, right? You are spectacular!
    2358 days ago
    Sounds like you are making great progrss on getting out from under the clutter. I was surprised at the number of things I came up with to forgive myself for, prior to the challenge I would have told you I didn't hold on to that sort of thing.
    2359 days ago
    I know you can do it! And you are right... Sometimes no matter how much we accomplish we can only concentrate on how much farther we still have to go... And that is sad as there is so much enjoyment we are missing out on by not being more "in the moment".
    2361 days ago
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