It doesn't take much to change something
It really doesn't take much.
For eleven days now
(Said nine a few days ago. Counted wrond. The disppointment when realizing THAT!)
I've been out running/walking for at least 30 minutes each time. Ending it with some excerises in my bedroom. And even though it's just been a bit more than a week I can see the difference. I suppose the body takes a section at a time because what I've noticed are my legs. They're not really thinner... but they sure are HARDER!
I am one of those people who really can't stick with a workout routine combined with some don't-eat-ANYTHING-unhealthy diet. Cannot be done. And I have now come to terms with that it shouldn't.
I'm simply changing my way of living
(Hello Miss Guru.)
my everyday life. AND THAT, my friends is my secret. Every time I've failed it's because
I've been thinking in weeks. I've seen the goal a few weeks ahead. And that never worked out for me. So I changed it. I'm now thinking of every day.
Think of what you're doing today to make your body a bit better. One day at a time. Because, honestly, it doesn't feel like I've done this for so many days in a row. Which is great! Too bad it took me four years to figure that one out.
New habits every month
SO IN HONOUR of the new year
I've decided to, some what, improve my life. Improve my health. As always. Improve my creativity if possible and then the writing. And, sure we do this every year. Because THIS year will be different, right?
Well, that b*llshit isn't working on me so I'm taking an other approach. I will get some new habits. Brilliant, isn't it? I'll train myself into doing something until I don't even think about doing it! Now, I don't expect myself to go out for a jog every morning without noticing it
(Although that would have been awesome.)
so I have to focus on the easy things. Things that actually COULD work! And then I'll give myself a new habit every month. I love this idea already.
First up: start drinking that damn water. I used to be very good at this but now I don't seem to have time
to fill up a bottle every now and then. Up 'til now. Three bottles. Three liters. That should keep me running to the toilet enough. And get healthy.