2010 was not the year for me, or for our family. So much happening with a major lay off for my husband. Fighting the banks and doing 110% of everything we could think of to keep our home and deciding in November we just can't do it... Sickness, thankfully the lump on my husbands head was not cancerous (I was seriously scared- he has family history of brain cancer, his father died from it's 3rd attack.) I could go on and on, but instead I bid it a good, swift kick in the pants as I watched it go bye-bye last night.
This morning I woke up sick to my stomach- it's been happening for the last 2 weeks. In the back of my mind I wondered if it could be "it." Kinda funny since of course "it" would happen while we were not in any position (me) emotionally for "it" to come. So this morning I did a POAS and it was single lined. It was a huge relief, but also depressing. I also know that it's possible to be too early to know anything-- so I'll wrap my head around it.
2011 is gonna be a good year. I've made a couple goals for myself. Last year I didn't make any. While some people scoff at it-- I really think I need to have that goal and be mindful of it to keep it. So this year, I'm putting it out there.
1. I will make a conscience choice to eat breakfast every morning. Whether it's just a slice of toast & PB, or cereal, or whatever- I will "eat" something. (This is huge for me, everyone who knows me KNOWS I do not eat until around noonish most days.)
2. I will participate in at least 5 races (1 mile, 5K, 10K, etc) this calendar year. If I can't (because of $$$) I will set a date and time and have my own race for me. With someone (son or kid) timing me and making sure I do the right distance.
3. I will try and eat less from "boxes & cans." Which, again, is HUGE for me. Being in Montana means that fresh produce in the winter months (think Sept-May) are crazy $$$$$$$$. However, I really want to turn over how/what I eat.
I'm starting today at my highest I can recall... 277 on the scale. Which means I WAY over ate from my last weigh in, in the tune of 10 pounds. That's what I get for eating, watching movies and avoiding my Zumba classes. The only exercise I did was XC skiing on Christmas day- but we came home to a world of food, snacks and drinks.
2011, I have high hopes for you.