. . . that I never really got on! I got through the Insanity Fit Test and Cardio & Plyometrics workout. And that's all. And here I am almost three weeks later. Changing your eating and lifestyle habits is tough. It is not so much that I'm surprised; but I really am surprised! I guess after eating whatever I wanted and excercising - or not - for 33 years has more than caught up to me. I have always wondered how hard it could possibly be to quit smoking. I have never really understood how one gets addicted to smoking. Well I'm going to hazard a guess that it is about the same as someone getting addicted to crap food, sugar, and caffeine. Yeah. I think I'm beginning to understand now.
There is always a reason not to start making changes today. I'm tired. The kids need me. I have errands to run. I have to go to work. And so on and so on and so on. I want to see immediate results and I know that I'm not going to. At least not if I do it in a healthy way. Sure I could shock my body by doing some fad diet or pills and lose a quick 10lbs. But something tells me I'd still feel like crap and I would put it all back on as soon as I ate the first bad thing . . . and couldn't stop.
Really, this wasn't supposed to turn into a blog about changing my lifestyle. I could talk about my husband, kids, job, house, family, etc but I don't think I'm there just yet. As I have previously mentioned, I am well aware that you are never truly anonymous on the internet. And not that I think anyone is going to be crazy enough to want to know too much about lil 'ol me, I'm going to tread lightly. Well that and the fact that I'd love to unleash some of the stuff that I think or want to say. But with my luck, those who I'd like to be on the receiving end would find this blog and then I'd really be in shit. So online journal this is for now.
Oh yeah. I also swear too much. And my kid drops the f-bomb on occasion. You're welcome innocent ears.