I’m done. Done feeling like everything I am usually good at and proud of has been out of control for months.
What the heck am I talking about? Here’s a small list:
- My Body: I’m done being out of control or too busy to care and make the effort. This
15 pounds, 25 pounds has to go.(WHAT?!?…no idea ten more crept back until I weighed this morning,). I’m mentally ready, so that means I’m already on my way!
- My House: I’m done having messes and “things I need to do” everywhere I look. If it doesn’t fit, into Space Bags it goes. If it’s out of season into Space Bags. If I don’t love it it’s out of here! Too much stuff is weighing me down even more than my weight gain!
- Laundry: Enough said.
So what is this Revenge I speak of? Well, I spent all day yesterday taking control of the things that are weighing me down. I’m getting back in the drivers seat in this crazy ride of life. I swear I’m not crazy and trying to get Revenge on anyone or anything, I simply am thrilled that I FINALLY got to catch up on my favorite T.V. show, Revenge…while stuffing Space Bags, folding sheets and laundry and sipping on a drink similar to the Old Glory Guzzler.
I’m putting my house back together after months of being too busy and it feels so good!
This is my start on the path to good things. This is the start of a weight loss journey in my body, mind and in my home. I am so ready for this after a pretty challenging past year.
Now if you have read earlier posts about my journey with The Dailey Method you are possibly feeling confused. The Dailey Method has helped me get to this realization. The Dailey Method was really the start of my journey to better myself. Now I am just adding the missing pieces so that it all comes together and the workouts are now accompanied with healthier eating and the relaxation I get there is carried over to when I get home because I will be taking care of things there too.
I look forward to sharing my goals and my progress with you so be sure to check back often.
Do you ever hit a point where you’ve just had enough? How do you get back on the path to not being so overwhelmed by it all?