I was slightly anxious last night about getting the leak in my roof fixed, so I didn’t get the quality of sleep I would have liked. I wasn’t worried that anything bad would happen, but I still wanted to get it out of my way as soon as possible. Luckily, I still ended up feeling invigorated after a nice morning run, and when the contractor came to fix the leak it was a relatively simple procedure. It usually turns out that situations are far worse in our heads than they are in reality!
My afternoon was extremely productive–I’m talking about half a week’s worth of work getting done in a single day. I felt great about this, so I decided to spend some time outdoors meditating in my yard. For whatever reason, I used to find all the noise outside to be a distraction, but this time I realized that there’s something harmonious to it all. Not to mention the wonderful fresh air and the feeling of grass against my skin…the outdoors is always astoundingly refreshing. I’m glad that I’ve woken up to the wonders of meditating outside because I’m definitely going to make it a regular part of my routine!
Daily Image Year of Change Day 156#YOC
Visual progress seems to have stalled a bit, so I fear I’m approaching the dreaded “last stretch” of a weight loss plan. If that’s the case, at least I know how far I’ve come!
I think my productive day started to catch up with me later on because I felt a little sluggish by the time I started my workout. Despite this, I was able to push through a sheer desire to improve myself. No matter how you feel, whether you’re on a roll or not, you can always have a positive attitude, and that attitude is what will take you to the promised land.
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Geo Life Meal Plan for Day 156
I always marvel at how the foods I eat now actually make me feel good. If only they tasted as good.
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