A little bit here, a little bit there and I did it again! I have to say this is a very personal and a bit of a selfish post! Selfish because my G’licious self needs a little “kick in the pants” and I figure if I put myself out there it will provide me with some accountability. This past year I gained a little “junk in the trunk” again!
How can a fitness professional, wellness warrior and healthy eating blogger gain junk in the trunk? Right? Though I indeed do enjoy living what I preach, eating a healthy, clean, fresh diet, sometimes I eat a little too much of it, slack on my exercise routine, indulge in a little too much wine, add a little evil here, a little evil there and there you have it! (evil = sugar). Fortunately I know exactly what I need to do to get back on track: set goals, have a plan, take consistent action, make myself accountable, measure results, practice self-love and just do it!
Normally I would never go this public with such a personal issue, however I am doing it for three distinct reasons. As I mentioned earlier this was a bit of a selfish post and you’ll see why;
- Reason # one: Accountability and Motivation; as a way of holding myself accountable and finding motivation by posting new deliciously guilt free recipes! So please feel free to comment and ask me periodically how my progress is going.
- Reason # two: Respecting My Present and Honoring My Vulnerability; I have gratefully grown to be more comfortable in my own skin which allows me to feel pretty awesome about sharing this personal (and lifelong) battle.
- Reason # three: Incentive and Inspiration; I can’t possibly be the only one out there who is going through this and I would love some company in this journey to re-commit to my G’liciously fabulous health!
Has this happen to you or are you currently in the same boat? Want to join my accountability train? What are your plans to get back on track? Do you have any favorite tips and tricks?
I will be posting tips, tricks, workouts, gadgets and of course G’licious Recipes! And I will be beyond grateful for all your input!
“Gratitude is the key that unlocks every door” unknown author