I know a big part of setting and achieving goals is VISUALIZING how it will FEEL when you accomplish that goal.
I sure thought I had done that, but MAN was I in for a big surprise when I actually hit my big goal!!!!
I was a mess. Like, ONE BIG EMOTIONAL hot mess. No happy tears going on. Instead of the anticipated JOY and ELATION I was filled with FEAR and PANIC. Anxiety to the max. No smiles to be found. Only snot filled ugly crying, and me sitting on a hotel bed trying to catch my breath in between sobs.
It just didn’t make sense. I was so confused.
I was NOT anticipating that emotional response from myself WHATSOEVER.
DAY ONE workout is complete, and as of now I've consumed 4 of the 5 meals for the day. Only two more left! And I'm happy to report I'm not starving. ;) AND..... this nutrition plan actually feels doable. CHEERS TO THAT!
Over the weekend my husband Jayson and I prepped our workout space for 80 Day Obsession by painting one of the walls with chalkboard paint. It's something I've been wanting to do for awhile. And I felt it would motivate ME to have a wall of quotes, adding one each day.
This has been on my heart for awhile now to talk about, but I'm still gathering my thoughts and putting them into words. So bear with me on this.
Here's the reality.... I have to admit I have a problem yelling at my kids. It's so embarrassing to even admit that and share that with you guys. I don't think I'm a MONSTER by any means, I don't see yelling as an everyday thing. But it's enough that my kids aren't surprised to hear me yell. And I have had my share of epic meltdowns where I essentially threw a temper tantrum yelling at my kids.
The hard part for me to reconcile with that is as a child I VOWED I would be the cool & calm & collected mother. Oh how I had such grand visions of the mother I would one day be!