Well, I haven't officially logged my food in weeks. I am mindful of my eating and my choices, though.
I haven't weighed in since March. Need to amend that today.
I haven't been consistently working out but have been making my best efforts to be active on some level many times a week. It's been a challenge.
But I'm not upset about it.
I also haven't turned to junk food. I haven't been chowing down on chips or burgers. I'm not always making the very best choice but I'm also not making the very crappy choices.
It's not lack of motivation that is keeping me from being active. There are times when the schedule just gets insane. There are times when plans are made to get that workout in and then life or work or carpenter bees destroy those plans (that was yesterday's plan ruin-er- carpenter bees had gotten into the house).
This journey isn't about losing a certain amount of weight or fitting into a certain size. This journey isn't about completing a set goal. There is no end point. This is everyday life. Sometimes, I will be really on track with food and fitness. Sometimes with food. Sometimes with fitness. Sometimes there will be challenges to face.
People like to say it's a marathon, not a sprint. I get that and have said it myself many times. But I kind of disagree with it, too. Because even a marathon takes time to achieve. Even a marathon does eventually have a finish line. Healthy living as a true lifestyle means- for life. My only finish line is that really final one and I'm hoping the choices I make now help me live a strong and vibrant life until then.
My 3 months with Weight Watchers is about done. And I think it did exactly what I was seeking- helped me get back on track, helped me regain my focus.