2 weeks later...

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

I've been getting out of the habit of blogging again. I think in part that's because I don't feel like I have much to say. I'm still waiting to hear about a start date for my new position, which I figured would take a while. No biggie. Even though I'm glad to make the change, it's still new and a little scary, so I'm not TOO anxious to have that date looming... lol

I haven't been tracking my food for a while. I start strong at the beginning of the year, but then end up letting it drop off, which would be fine if I was sticking to my plan. But more food and more unhealthy choices start to creep in, and I also realized that I was allowing myself to slack because of my future plan... that I'm going to be able to come home, work out, then take my afternoon nap. Which is still my plan. But I was allowing myself to say "it's ok if I eat x now, because soon I'll be doing [new plan]". Um... hello? What about the weeks between now and then? How much am I going to backslide by thinking this way??

So I'm back to tracking, and I'm shocked once again by how much things add up, when I thought I didn't eat "that bad". I'm trying to get back on track with my food (which is my biggest issue), and even try to start in on some exercise BEFORE my future plan starts.

So, that's it! My NOW plan. Get back to tracking and maybe try to do some exercising sooner than later. ;)
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  • ANGEL_789
    Thank you KIMLADYBUG, I really just blog for myself, but if someone else gets something out of it, even better! :)
    987 days ago
    I can totally relate. Please remember that writing out your thoughts can literally help someone else more than you can ever imagine. Ramblings and short blogs are fine, too. Ya never know what small thought or phrase could SPARK something. :-)
    987 days ago
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