|Mommy! Play with me, don't read! :)|
It really changed how I look at things. Without getting too deep into the book, it teaches that you have to use the "laws of attraction" to get what you want. And to be honest, even if you don't fully buy into that, it consciously makes you think about your thoughts and feelings. It keeps your thoughts positive and that is exactly what I needed. For example, if you think you will be late, then you will. Instead, visualize yourself being on time. It has helped with my anxiety level and my overall outlook. Hoping I can stick with it.
Last night I was not in a happy place. I made the decision to go to the gym and I put on my gym clothes. I waited until the little princess went to bed and I headed out the door. Hubby and the boy were playing video games so I knew that I would not be missed. It worked out well because I had been given a challenge by my dear friend, Toni that I needed to tackle. Last week I was having a discussion with Alicia (one of Toni's mamas from Bootcamp) about the Stairmaster and how 40 minutes on it would kill me. Toni decided that I needed to do 45 minutes on it. Well, last night, instead of being aggravated at home, I went to the gym and felt accomplished (and exhausted). By the way, 45 minutes on that thing is insane! I lost 560 calories and I gained some clarity. Win - Win!
|That's me in the mirror (nerd!)|
|Victory PLUS an extra 2 minutes!|
- Yoga (at a studio - I've only done videos at home.)
- Core Fusion (I scored a Groupon for 3 classes yesterday.)
- Museum (Of course, I've been to museums, but it's been a while)
- Hiking (When the Spring hits maybe)
Ok, I have only 4 ideas. Anyone got anything else for me?