Lessons Learned

So today brought this new blogger some new lessons.

1. Thinking REALLY hard about doing something is not the same doing it.

2. If I’m going to be a healthier version of myself I absolutely must get up in the mornings and get it done.  I realized today  no matter how much i want to sleep in and no matter how much I want to workout after work, it’s not realistic  for me.  If I’ve had a rough day work then all I want to do is go home, put on my comfy clothes and snuggle up on the couch.  This habit is what got me to where I am.

3. If I’m going to blog as much as I would like to then I need to start scheduling my time a little better. Time is not my friend.  Nobody’s fault except for mine.  Nobody makes me stay in bed till 6:30 a.m.  Nobody makes me come straight home after work and do nothing.  I really have no right to get antsy at 8:00 pm. when I realize that I’ve just spent the last couple of hours doing nothing.

All I can say is, tomorrow is a new day.

2 comments
Brandy
Brandy

If I workout in the morning then its done. But if I wait till after work I have at least 10 hours to talk myself out of it.

Sam
Sam

Hey! I am with you on figuring out what time works for you - I know, deep down, that I do best exercising in the mornings. Now, I don't get up super early, but that means I have to use the time where my 3 year old is at playschool. Even though sometimes, I really just want to go shopping! Or stay home and play with my art supplies! Going late in the day is NEVER a good idea for me. Exercising in the morning keeps me from totally slumping...and if I exercise at night, I get way too hopped up and stay up late.