I've been fairly successful this week. I have created some new habits, and actually Pinterest has become one hell of a bad one. I'm on there ALL the time (It's worse than fb). I'm sipping on my protein drink and thinking about what I could have done differently last week and apply it to this week. The first thing is to just do it! I conveniently distract myself whenever my workout time comes around. I'm at war with my body- I just don't know which parts are on which side.
I'm not going to weigh myself or take measurements until the end of week three because I'm just not that kind of person. I track my progress by my muscle tone, soreness, and reps. My arms are already shaping up. It's not visible, but the muscle is pretty much rock hard already. My thighs are the same. Week one is always killer because you're just getting used to the feeling of being sore. I did not do all the workouts this week, which I am very ashamed of. So...motivational quotes are going up on my computer screen and mirrors.
I've had a lot of drama in my life lately and it's taking a toll. My best friend and I had a falling out, over stupid stuff, and did not talk for over 3 months. Now we're trying to be friends again, and it's just not working. I'm really lonely and whiny right now since she is the only one of my best friends that actually lives where I do. I'm also sleeping an unbelievable amount right now (like 10+ hours a night) and I never feel rested. I don't want to sleep that much, but I just can't wake up. When I finally do wake up, I'm exhausted and tempted to fall back asleep on the couch. I'm not sure what's going on. I'm going to make it a goal to put the friend drama out of my mind for this entire week and see if that helps.
Remember my resolution about not being on the computer so much? I really need to get serious about that one.
My workout partner and I: