Fit from Within-Over and Out
This would have been post number 23 in the series>
But, I am done. Tossing in the proverbial towel.
A few times I have wanted to quit doing this every week…but I kept pushing through it because a voice in side my head kept saying “quitter’s never win”. Oh Screw That.
That voice is the same one that told a friend of mine that I saw today that she would never make it at her new job (she bought herself a car this year), that she could never quit smoking at that she wasn’t good or strong enough to do A, B or C. But, she is learning that she is. She learned that she could quit one thing (where she used to work) and do something else…AND be successful.
Part of me was a little apprehensive that if I “quit” this series that I would balloon to my all time highest weight. Winter is always hard for me because I suffer from seasonal affective something horrible. Most of the winter it is all I can do to get out of bed and put on clean underwear. (seriously) I generally gain weight in the winter because I am in SUPER SURVIVAL HIBERNATION mode.
Today is March 1, 2014. I am at my lowest winter weight in like 10 years.
I have not exercised like I want but it doesn’t matter.
I am getting through this winter with super doses of Vitamin D, limiting wheat and using the fire out of my happy light.
I am hereby done.
I have tossed this book in the garbage and I am going to continue my own path, with my own way and in the spring I am going to read Rick Warren’s Daniel Plan and see how adding God to the mix works for me. (You know, Dude helped me quit smoking…)