So, N0, I did not get to bed by 10PM. More like 11. I did manage to rouse myself by 5:30AM. However, to be honest, I just didn’t feel like working out. I got dressed to work out. I ate my power bar 15 minutes before my intended workout time slot. I prepared my sports drink for my work out and then . . . didn’t work out.
Day 3 - I did ok today. I didn't work out in the morning as I intended, but I did work out. I did a Jillian Michael's Body Revolution video. It was VERY challenging and I did want to quit a couple of times. I didn't. I made it through. I ate great during the day. Oatmeal for breakfast, a lean chicken sandwich with a cup of kale, and fresh strawberries and almonds for a mid afternoon snack.
I did yoga today. I realized how weak and inflexible I've become. I can remember when the postures where so easy. And now they are not. Yoga was a good metaphor for what is happening to me, what is happening in life. Like life, the yoga was challenging. I noticed my reactions when it got tough, I wanted to ease up in the postures. Then I realized that like life, you don't have to do it perfectly the first time. You have to gently lean into it and go as far as you can. And each time you go just a little bit further.
The revered Sufi poet, Rumi, wrote: “We turn poison into medicine and our sorrows into blessings” I’m thankful for many things. I live a wonderful life, surrounded by loving friends and my beloved husband, Richard; I have the privilege of doing work which I love, and I’m thankful (yes, really) for being diagnosed with diabetes this year. Why am I thankful?
So I've chosen to share my journey back to vitality in the hopes that it might inspire some, motivate others, and to encourage my own accountability by publically sharing my vulnerabilities with respect to health and fitness. Generally speaking I am well. I am also not as healthy or fit as I would like to be. Also, as we age, we lose muscle mass, elasticity of the skin, certain types of vitamins and minerals become more scarce in the body. I am a woman in my 40's (yes I said it) and in this stage of life entering Perimenopause and that has created man
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