Updates first: I’m working with an artist and I’m slowly but surely getting the site set up. It’s been hard with work and being sick. I just started feeling better two or three days ago and you know my crazy ass was still going to work and living my life (I was on antibiotics).
In the meantime, like I said before, I’m going to start posting regularly again. I miss you all.
So, we’re approaching the end of April, which means we’re a month closer to summer. I know, I know, we need to get fit for health’s sake, but let’s get real people…it’s nice to look cute too, right? I wear dresses and skirts most of the week, which are really forgiving body-wise. The jeans and shorts I intend to put on when June hits? Not so much.
I’m trying to force myself to kick up my workouts a few times a week. I’ll do a Nike app workout one day, on another an arm workout, and then a full body workout on the weekend. But between my jobs and getting sick, I’ve been slacking. Like majorly slacking.
I don’t know what’s up. Could it be I’m tired? Maybe I need to change my playlist or just need to eat better? I honestly think I’m a lazy bum who needs to kick her ass a bit. But…
Can any of you relate to this?
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I believe that change begins in the mind, so I guess I need to get my mind right. In truth, I’ve been really easy on myself these last few weeks. Complacency, isn’t it everyone’s enemy? I say to myself, just go easy today. You’ve earned it. Then that day turns into a month of lack luster workouts.
How do you guys stay motivated when the rest of your life is helter skelter? How do you get yourself out of bed and into your sneakers when you just want to watch American Horror Story Season 1 because you’re obsessed with Tate?
Is it deranged that I want to do my makeup like this?
I love Tate. It’s a serious problem.
Let me know your thoughts? Should I bribe myself with clothes? Make a list? It’s not like I’m not working out, I’m just lazy about it. No bueno. So help a fellow fitster out and give me some advice. Please.