WHY DOES IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO UPDATE! WHY!!
Well, luckily, I have a lot to talk about this way. :) I've gone through some pretty big life changes recently. I decided to take on a new job as an administrative assistant that will allow me more time to dedicate to my voiceover and Beachbody endeavors. I've only been at my new job for about a week, but I feel very good about my placement there. I have a LOT to learn & the work that I'm doing is a little overwhelming because it's unfamiliar. But I'm in a positive environment, surrounded by supportive people who want me to do well. My schedule is very clear: 9 to 5 Monday through Thursday, 8 to 4 on Friday. This is a huge blessing for me. I've now been able to dedicate daily office hours/a lifestyle schedule for myself, which means so much to me & my progress as a #girlboss. I feel a lot less directionless & a lot more capable of making my dreams happen!
As for my health goals....In my last entry, I weighed 149. My weight has fluctuated. I honestly am not sure what I weigh at this point, but it's definitely not 149. But, I'm not sure that I care? I do care that I've lost some muscle definition, though. So.... I'm going back to what I know works. Insanity Max:30! I got my butt in GEAR last winter, so I know this will do the trick this time around!! I've also got 2 races in my immediate future; possibly another small one as well. If I want guaranteed entry into the NYC Full Marathon next year (.....terrifying.....), I'll have to do 7 more races & volunteer at 1 in 2015. A handful of these races can be 4 miles or less, but I'd like to rededicate myself to another Half Marathon just to keep my long distance on point.
I guess that's about all I have for now. Honestly I'm just brain dumping because I know I haven't been an active blogger recently! I'm going to keep challenging myself & keep pushing my limits. "Can't" is not in my vocabulary. Eliminate it from yours & see what happens!
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“What we can or cannot do, what we consider possible or impossible, is rarely a function of our true capability. It is more likely a function of our beliefs about who we are.” – Anthony Robbins