Life just gets so darn busy.
I want to see what it’s like to live the simple life and really connect to my passions, but it’s just so darn hard! I am trying to make little changes and tweaking and tweaking and then tweaking some more.
I’m definitely struggling with seeing myself alcohol free forever. I think I’m learning a lot about myself in this journey to a better me, and I’m really evaluating my past alcohol consumption. I don’t feel I ever truly gave it an adult try. I feel like I always viewed myself as the sneaky 16 year old sneaking around and drinking and then smoking as I got older. I was sneaking like that with my drinking and smoking to some degree. I never actually thought about my position in life and that is just weird!
It’s weird because in every other aspect I am so “grown up!” I think it was my excuse to not be grown up and to be not responsible during those many days and nights I got myself drunk and forgot my real life and work and family responsibilities, even if only for a few hours. I enjoyed that disconnect. That’s what I’m trying to find. The disconnect and simplicity.
This is going to be a long journey for me! I’m ready to go on it and discover more about life and my personal life path.
Decided to start each morning off M-F at the gym with elliptical and weights and sauna three days a week and an hour long yoga class the other two days accompanied by a long walk with my pup.
I hope this tweak will help me with getting in my fitness and getting it out of the way first thing!
Cheers to a great week! And I mean the kind of cheers with Pom-poms!
4 thoughts on “Busy busy and how to slow down!”
Great to read one of your posts again. It is a tough journey for sure but you’re doing brilliantly. Keep up with it xx
I hear you! Life gets so busy! And I think a lot of us struggle with being alcohol free forever. I can’t think about forever at all even though I know that if I drank, most likely my history would repeat itself. So, definitely alcohol free for now!
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Sounds like your doing a great job, being honest with yourself and tweaking until you find where and how you need to be! 😊👍🏻
Sounds like a great plan, Lisa Marie. Slow and steady and sprinkle in adjusting as you go😎