New mindset, new me.
It may seem like a clichéd version of the tired saying, but I can attest that after a few days of changing what I’ve been doing, a few weeks of changing the way I’ve been thinking, and a month of changing the way I’ve been eating, I feel better.
It’s not that I felt bad, I just didn’t feel my best, by any means. I hadn’t worked out since November, wasn’t eating the healthiest (or knowing exactly what I was eating for that matter), and didn’t feel very good. I was just struggling to get through the day, and onto the next. And it was affecting my job. I wasn’t working up to my potential, and wasn’t getting everything done, just the bare minimum.
I hit a reality check when my bosses sat me down and verbally whacked me in the head. They believe in me, so why didn’t I believe in myself?
The problem was, and hindsight is always 20/20, that I wasn’t taking care of myself, or the things I needed to get done. I was focusing way too much of everything that needed to get done as a whole. What can I say, I’m a big picture kind of girl! But in doing so I was losing sight of what I needed to do and glazing over it in the process.
Sometimes you need to sit down, reevaluate, refocus, and start again. And that’s what I’m doing now.
People always say New Year, New You, but February 2nd was the official New Me Start. And that’s okay, because everyone evolves in their own time.
Love ya, hugs // ❤