And this morning I'm up on the scale, so who knows how far away I am from losing 100 lbs at this moment. I actually measured my lean and green last night - which I've not done in awhile... I did have an extra MF bar, however.
My walking buddy called this morning and she hadn't slept well, so wasn't going to make it. So I'm finishing laundry, I went to the grocery store to get celery, cream for my coffee, eyeliner, and more La Croix water (this blogger writes with passion about how awesome this product is!!) - which I found in Cran-raspberry flavor... can't wait to try it!
I've taken out the garbage, taken the recycling to the curb, and made morning coffee for himself and me. I'm planning on getting in the shower around 7:30 am, and was going to mindlessly surf on facebook, but decided I had time for a blog post.
I'm feeling stretched thin, and losing focus on making what I'm doing on Medifast fun. I've stopped trying new recipes, I'm not reading the blogs as much, or checking in at the forums. I'm trying to add another day of exercise in my week - which I did last week, and this week I'll now have to do tomorrow and Saturday.
I'm sporadic with my habits, and I know better! Which makes it so much worse. I think "just this morning" I'll skip my two glasses of water and vitamins... or my 15 minutes of dishes... or swishing and wiping the bathroom ~ and it leads to chaos (can't have anyone over syndrome) as well as boredom and complacency with my eating. I don't want to be complacent... or bored. I'm kind of in an emotional slump, and lacking motivation and inspiration.
The definition of being a grown up is what we do every day. Every. Day. routines (a la Flylady).
Priorities In Order:
- health & fitness;
- home & husband;
Answer? Just keep going... don't give up... every day is a new day... be grateful for where I am, and trust that where I am right now is where I need to be. Start using my 15 minute timer... and STOP when it goes off, and move on to the next task!