Friday, April 10, 2009
That was an interesting blog I was reading this morning...maybe I found it interesting cuz I really need to take inventory in alot of things that I want & need to do in my own life.
Now very recently I was in a crappy mood~maybe it was caused from my absess tooth, or recent financial problems, or the fact my weigh-ins aren't going the way I wished they had, or the possibility of inheriting family health issues or some annoying work related thing, or my on-going habit of procrastination in EVERYTHING and being such a scatter-brain that no matter how much something needs to get done.......it won't be done until its long overdue.
Then this week I found a new group here on sparkpeople https://sparkpeo.hs.llnwd.net/e1/mys
I figured maybe I would find new tips on how to fix something in myself besides just my weight. Well the first day of checking out the group I noticed something about organizing a home office. OMG! that thread with all the links and pics has inspired me to throw stuff outta my closet and turn it into my home office...today! I wil post pics of it later tonight or tomorrow in the group.
And its a perfect excuse to take inventory of all my clothes, magazines and misc boxes full of junk.
you know, I can say I have goals just like everyone else. But are they really goals or just daydreams. A daydream is something you're interested (part-time) in when its convenient and a goal is something you work towards NO MATTER WHAT and except no excuses.
I found a quote on someone's sparkpage that I heard yrs ago and agreed with.
" Successful people DO what unsuccessful people say can't be done - EVERY DAY!"
Some people may say that dieting & losing weight, and alot of other things might be harder without a significant other or just a group of buddies to encourage you along. Well sparkpeople help me along, push all you want...PLEASE. I don't want to just spark, I want to GLITTER & shine brighter then the full moon thats out this week.
I guess without realizing it or also not wanting to admit it...I stopped caring and took myself off my own "to-do" list years ago. Well now I am ready to jump back on to the top of my priority list.