Thursday, 15 June 2017

Getting Back on Track

I'm tired of saying this but it's about time that I got back on track. My phone turned up in the mail a few days ago so I've now got everything I need to stay on top of the game. Unfortunately yesterday was a real mess for me. I only got about four hours sleep, but still spent close to ten hours forcing my way through work and destroying my body on the way through sugar, fat, and booze. I even had a moment where I looked in the mirror and hated what I saw looking back at me. It was a wake-up call to say the very least.

I really don't want the person I look at in the mirror to be me. I want to change that. I want to be happy with who I am. The good news is that it is entirely possible of course. I just need to stop giving in to life. Having a bad day isn't an excuse to pig out. It's a challenge I need to overcome. I need to be able to go through a bad day without making mistakes, and show life that I'm not going to give in. Not anymore. That's not who I want to be, and it's not who I am.

I'm booking a driving lesson for next week. I'm going to pass my test on the second try. I will drive my family to our family holiday in August. I will drive my cats to and from the cattery before - and after - we leave. I will stick to my diet. I will lose weight. I will work hard.

I will.

The only thing I won't do is give up, because giving up is for quitters and I'm tired of being a quitter.


  1. Self-loathing seems to be always hovering in the background for a lot of adults I know. People are kind of screwed up. But the really great ones are able to keep enough interest and wonder in life to keep moving forward meaningfully.

    Your goals sound fantastic.

  2. you are well on your way to achieving your goals!


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