This is not a post I am looking forward to. Why? Because I have not followed through on my commitments. I started this journey back in April, 7 weeks ago.
Recently I shared that I have made a decision to start helping myself feel better each day by focusing on God, eating healthier foods, and moving more. I really believe that this time is going to be different than the past, I don’t know, 100 times that I’ve tried to do something similar because my focus isn’t on losing weight, it isn’t on watching the numbers change on the scale or my pant size. My focus is on God and my future children. My focus is on getting healthy instead of on trying to fit into society’s mold of what I should look like. So, to jump right in, here is my plan for this week (sorry it’s a couple days late!) Continue reading “The Journey – Week 1”
Have you ever sat down and made plans to eat better or exercise (or both!)? I have probably done this more than 30 times over the past 10 years…and what do I have to show for it? A lot of knowledge about what I should do, with no results.
“Knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice.” – Anton Chekhov
On a positive note, unless I start making major life changes, I seem to have “topped out” in my weight…at least I don’t seem to be gaining anymore…but that just isn’t good enough!
Continue reading “A Decision Is Made”
Through the years I have wasted so much time searching…
…searching for the “right” career
…searching for the “right” man to be my husband
…searching for the “right” church
…searching for the “right” bible translation
…searching for the “right” bible study
…searching for the “right” way to be happy
Continue reading “Searching”
Today I am sitting down and really thinking through what I want my future to hold. There have been goals that I have been working towards for so many years now, but only half-heartedly.
So, what are my goals?
- To eat healthier foods on a more regular basis
- To exercise at least 3 times a week
- To work on creating something a little every day
- To become a mama, but not allow the desire to consume me