You know how you do something a bit mad, you know how exciting it all is, how grateful you are, and you’re even looking forward to how much hard work, how many compromises, how unsteady its going to be and yet when it happens and you’re actually in it, doing it, it knocks you completely?
Quite frankly this blog is late in going up today because I just couldn’t face it. I couldn’t face sitting in an upright position with my brain switched on. Even though I knew I would feel better afterwards, I could have done a Fitness Marshall workout or gone for a nice walk or even done some cleaning but it just wasn’t one of those days.
When I first read James Smith’s ‘Not a Diet Book’ and took to setting out daily habits to hit my goals I decided to start pretty small. The more I thought about it, the better / easier it was to have smaller habits that I might manage. In practice, some have worked and some have completely and totally failed.
I read another non fiction book *gasp*. This time ‘Not a Diet Book’ by James Smith. Whether you like his harsh, direct confrontations or not, he does make logical sense and as someone who’s excuses are suffocating, I found it refreshing. If you respond better to kind words and…