Day 12-14: When Laziness Hit

Laziness. It’s the thing that keeps you on the couch, makes excuses, justifies your feelings, and I got caught in it again. I was so sore, so tired from this past week that my motivation just fizzled out. I didn’t completely lose my way, but I slacked on my commitments. Today was a struggle as I forced myself to get back on track.

Here are the videos from the past few days. I encourage you all, don’t let yourself slip like I did. It gets harder every time you let yourself slide just a little. It truly is a slippery slope. Catch yourself early, turn back around, and keep going!

Day 9: The Day Job

Alright then. So the next 4 days (including today) will be different from the norm. As I’ve mentioned, I am an interior designer, and for the rest of the week, I am on the jobsite finishing up the install of our latest project. My typical tasks will include managing furniture and art install teams, while setting up model units and placing accessories.

You can imagine the trials of keeping to my commitments and routines that I faced and will face in the coming days. Still, its no excuse to keep to my routine of getting 7 hours of sleep and working out every day. Eating will be the biggest challenge. The second biggest will be motivating myself to workout when I will be on my feet all day and essentially “active.” Its not often though that I get access to free fitness center, so I intend to use it.

And while I skipped out on my workout today, according to the iPhone health app, I walked up 3 floors, took 9,753 steps, and walked 4.5 miles. Not bad right?!

Here’s a little more detail about my day. Enjoy!