Saturday, January 31, 2015

January 31st, 2015 A Decent Saturday

January 31st, 2015 A Decent Saturday

I enjoyed my Saturday. I had good food, did a location broadcast and enjoyed a nice nap! I would say that's a pretty decent day. I didn't make it to the Y for my workout and that's okay. I was a tiny bit disappointed in myself for this, but quickly stopped before it became an issue. I can, from time to time, allow myself to not workout, and be okay. Although, I do like the feeling of finishing a good workout more than I like how it feels to skip, when the plan was to not skip.

January comes to a close marking the 9th consecutive month of daily blogging. I'm proud of this. I'm thrilled, because I know what it does for me. This nightly ritual is imperative to my success.

I'm wrapping up early and headed to bed. I have another location broadcast tomorrow at a Superbowl party hosted by Budweiser and a big casino. One of the many wonderful benefits of my weight loss is being able to get around so much easier without tiring. At my heaviest, everything was a chore, not so much these days. I'm very grateful!

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Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Strength,
Sean

9 comments:

  1. I've been away and catching up on blog reading. First, congrats on another great weight loss. Just as good as that is, your NSV of having more energy also deserves a congrats. This journey really is all about getting healthier!

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    1. It is, Katrin, absolutely! Thank you for the congrats! The increased energy and moments where I realize I'm not winded--are things easy to overlook--but stopping to recognize the change is important. An NSV, absolutely!

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  2. Those blue corn chips look amazing! I don't think we can get those over here! Love your mug too!

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    1. I love the blue corn tortilla chips. And my mugs! I hope you can find them--worth the search! Surely they have them in your country! :)

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  3. Dude! Like 3 minutes ago, I was talking to Kathy about how despite a weigh in disappointment (for lack of a better word) I was so happy to see all the other things that have come with consistent eating well and exercising. One of those things is that I don't put off getting up to do something I need to do. And I only really just realized that part of that is that it took a lot of energy to move a 280 pound body with 140 pound body's worth of muscle. Great job Sean. I am loving reading about this part of the journey more than the first leg!

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    1. Shane, my friend. Thank you. It's so important to recognize the entire picture. Not putting off things is a big deal. Eating well and exercising--excellent. You're spot on about the energy it takes to move!! Makes a huge difference.
      Thank you, Shane. I'm loving this part of the journey more, too. It feels more complete, more solid.

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  4. Sean, I appreciate the way you are grateful for the little things, every day. I'm glad to read - it keeps me reminded of the wonderful thins that come from health. Big hugs!

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  5. things, but I guess "thins" come too! ha ha ha

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  6. Hey! I just wanted to say .... " GO PATRIOTS!!!"
    ooh and nice looking chicken dinner!
    :) :) :)
    Rosie

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