Back to it!
After a few weeks of holidays, festivities, celebrations and parties; of eating and drinking my body weight in chocolate, prosecco and gin it is time to get back to routine.
Over the past few days I’ve enjoyed the remaking treats we’ve had a home and I’m ready to knuckle down and get back on track.
Here’s my plan:
Almost dry January- I’m not committing to dry January as I have some celebrations coming up, but I have cut out the extra booze when on the sofa. On track so far!
New Year Reset- Jacqui has organised a private group to keep each other on track and motivated during January. Keeping focussed is the key and this will be a huge help.
Back to Class- I’m looking forward to classes starting again later this week as the routine is a real positive for me. Over the past few weeks we’ve done lots of walking but I know I need to step it up.
Running Goals- I’ve committed to running the Kintyre Way Relay in May (eek!) which will be a great challenge. My plan is to add in some hill runs to my usual running routes while also building mileage. I’m planning on two runs this week- Jog Scotland on Wednesday and a lunchtime trail run on Thursday.
I’m not taking on too much, just getting back to basics and building my health and fitness again after a month of craziness!
Have a great week!
Less of a motivational post from me today and more of a statement of current affairs! Have a wonderful Christmas all 🎄🥂
Is anyone else surprised to find themselves in mid December already? It’s been such a quick year, and I am finding that the weeks are passing me by. I’m constantly surprised to find that it’s a Monday morning again, and time for a blog check in.
I haven’t been consistent or clear with my blogging this year and I mentioned in an earlier post that I was considering shaking up how and why I blog. I still haven’t made any decisions about this- all opinions are welcome so comment below with your thoughts!
Last week was a mixed bag for me. I’ve truly fallen off the healthy eating wagon and my work trousers are making that evident! As for fitness, I was curtailed by work plans, but here’s how my week turned out:
Monday- travelling for lots of the day but I did manage a walk, doing 15k steps
Tuesday- two classes: Sculpt and Trigger Point Pilates
Wednesday- a meeting in Glasgow meant I missed Jog Scotland but I did get a walk in and another 15k steps
Thursday- PiYo, we managed the full flow and a full round. Yay!
Saturday- a day of Clarsach and we didn’t fit in any meaningful exercise
I finish up for leave later this week and classes are beginning to wind down for Christmas so I’ll have to wait and see what I manage to commit to over the next few weeks.
Here’s today’s motivation: Have a great week!