Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Only Thing That Stays the Same is That Everything Changes

Change is good right?

Without it, we’d be stuck...

Change is inevitable, but wouldn’t it be cool if you could know when changes would come and you’d have the ability to slow them down a little bit?

It’s funny, today I finished my first cycle of my Zombies Run app.

I was proud of myself for completing all 28 missions.

But on the other hand, I was kind of left with this empty feeling and these messages of doubt in my head ‘will you be as motivated to walk now that you don’t have new episodes to look forward?’

And you know what?

That thought kinda scared me. Not even the thought itself, but the surge of doubt in my mind and idea that I could fall back into old patterns of not being active and not walking or tracking my food. For some reason, this little change ignited a sense of doom in my head.

But the fact that I did my squat challenge right before bed, and the fact that I still tracked my supper tonight, shows me that these healthy changes that I’ve made are not going to be easily lost. 

One finished app isn’t going to overtake my life. Heck I’m going to buy my Zombies Run t-shirt tonight right after this blog because I promised myself a month and a half ago that when I finished the first set that I was allowed to buy the t-shirt.

Yes I’ll have my moments of doubt and question if I have the strength and conviction to stick with this change, but by taking it day by day, meal by meal, workout by workout, I’ll keep proving to myself that I can do it. 

No one is more proud of me than me. 

I’m my biggest fan, and that is a change that I can fully support.

Love you all, 


1 comment:

  1. Awe, I love it Marie. Good for you for completing you goal. I agree, falling into unhealthy pattens of inactivity or otherwise is worrisome. But hopefully that proud feeling you have now is unforgettable =) You've made great progress, keep it up girlfriend you're one beautiful lady! - Meghan McGuigs


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