I did this workout the morning I dropped my kid off at sleepaway camp.
I could have used that day as an excuse to not workout. But I made a choice to prioritize health as often as I can and I was able to do it. So I did.
Almost two years ago I stopped making excuses as to why I couldn’t _______(fill in the blank). Lose weight, wear a bikini, feel good, workout, get to a gym, drink water, make plans, read a book etc etc.
My first 21 day challenge was difficult. I specifically recall not having the correct weights — I used 28 ounce crushed tomato cans instead. I was determined to get through those 21 days no matter what!! And now here I am almost two years from that first day and my entire mindset has shifted. I don’t make excuses. But I do indulge and enjoy myself, I just know exactly how to get back.
Over the last two years these are some of the “excuses” I experienced that I could have used to never start, quit or give up:
Attending a wedding
Kids at camp
Kids’ birthday x3
Vacation in Spain.
3 kids! (Enough said)
Not enough space
Friends and family dinner invite
Nets games (unlimited food)
It’s raining. Snowing, too hot, too cold, too dark.
I have a teenager
Husband on a trip
Death in the family 😢
I could have used any of these over the last two years to sideline my success.
But instead I didn’t.
Instead I continue to find small pockets of time, inspiration, motivation and challenges that push me to succeed.
July 15 I am starting a 21 day program. What excuses are you ready to stop giving in to? Join me for 21 days and watch how much you can accomplish
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