An Honest Assessment

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Made some major progress on the spring cleaning yesterday. I am basically gutting my home, weeding my things, completely reorganizing and doing all the little touch up, updating it needs along the way. I live in 770 sq feet of condo so it's not as daunting as it sounds. My bathroom needs a complete remodel and I am gearing up for that.

I have decided to do the same thing with my life. I am going to leave my online dating profile dormant for the entire month of February and focus on me. I need to concentrate on my goals and losing my weight and men have become a distraction. I have all the tools I need, bought the Spark book and the cookbook and I have barely cracked them open.

I am at that place where I plateau. I have been here before and have never really gotten past this point. My issues are between my ears and I need to strip away all my crap and distractions and really sort myself out.

I write that with the knowledge I have been sorting myself out my entire adult life. I am really proud and happy of all that I have accomplished. I also know this sorting never really ends- there will always be room for improvement and refinement.

I'm ok with that. I love the inner journeys of self discovery. I love my hopelessly flawed self and I genuinely want to be the best possible version of myself. I want good health and vitality.

I hope I can meet someone who would like to share that journey with me. But for now I'm going solo with a little encouragement from my friends.

Big hug back- and thanks for the encouragement.
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    Great post. I love "my issues are between my ears". I think all of ours are!
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    1966 days ago
    You are going to do it! You have it set in your mind and you will do what is best for you! I'm here for you if you need someone to vent to!
    1966 days ago
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