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day 2

Tuesday, February 02, 2021

So yesterday went well in terms of following the new schedule that I created for myself. I woke up on time, did my workout, followed my keto plan, drank my water, logged my stuff. A great 'first day'. This morning....not so much. I didn't get up in time to do my workout before work. I started feeling overwhelmed because I have sooo much to do today and I am not sure how to fit it all in. (Which was the point of creating a schedule lol).
But you know what? I'm not going to let this sidetrack me. I am just going to move on and do the best that I can today. Stick to my keto. Will try to squeeze a workout in later but if I do not it is ok - I will be right back on track tomorrow. That's the thing that I need to work on most - when I am feeling overwhelmed, or off track - I need to be able to just get right back on the next day. It is normal and ok to have setbacks sometimes.
Anyways - it's also groundhog day. Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow which means six more weeks of winter. Here where I am in Florida I can't complain as much as others, especially since I'm from Chicago... but we are having a high of 54 today which is cold!!! I'm ready for at least the 70's. Someone sent me this pic and IT IS TRUE lol.

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  • YMWONG22
    emoticon
    169 days ago
  • MUGABI123
    Still in Chicago, and, winter still sucks!
    171 days ago
  • -JAMES-
    I'd not workout for about 2 weeks. Switching from carbs to Keto is a big shock to the body's way of obtaining energy, and the body chemistry takes about that long to switch.

    If you find yourself weak or dizzy during a workout this is the reason why, so take it slow.
    171 days ago
  • SLIMMERJESSE
    Yes, that is cold. It has been cold here in SoCal too.
    171 days ago
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