I figured that my weekly weigh in would be worse than it was this week. It wasn't even a half step back, thankfully. Only two tenths. Enough to make me pay attention to the things I do when emotions are on high alert. Not only what I eat and drink, but actions I take as well.
An action that I definitely have to add in to my evolving routine is exercise. I'm not adding it yet, but know I have to do so soon. A few years ago when I lived in Michigan, I had joined a gym. I actually was motivated and went on a regular basis. Although my motivation was warped ( a guy I liked was into going to the gym, so I decided to be into it also- and he ended up shattering my heart with one statement..."I don't like you like that; I'm only attracted to little tiny women"), I saw success weight-wise, and I felt great physically. I want to do join a gym again. not for anyone else this time. All for me. I'm worth it, even if another person doesn't think I am.
I also have an issue with INACTION. When something in daily life brings me down emotionally, I get inactive. It's the curl-up-in-a-ball-and-watch-Lifetime movies-and cry kind of thing. It is super difficult for me to get out of that funk at times. A dear lady who is a leader in my Young Living upline posted a fantastic reminder this week. She said," If you are experiencing disappointment over it today, APPLY YOUR OILS. Find Oola Field, Abundance, Believe, Build Your Dream (all blends by Young Living), but whatever you do, don't sit in the frustration and negativity." Such excellent advice! I know some people that sit in negativity A LOT, and I must make it a daily action to deflect it! ( I'm picturing me as Wonder Woman with my bracelets in front of me deflecting the negativity bullets!)
Happy hump day, y'all. Let's make the rest of this week active and positive!