I’m back from my third day at Curves and since I am not the kind of girl who does well gauging her success by being weighed and measured, it is imperative that I am aware of the difference it has on the way I feel in my daily life. So far I have noticed the fog lifts almost instantly when starting the circuit. This morning I woke feeling heavy and tired. Now, I try to make sure the I get the proper amount of rest because I know that lack of sleep can and will lead to weight gain, that been said, I did get eight hours of sleep last night but never-the-less I woke feeling like I was dragging butt. However, after completing my thirty minute session I left feeling energized and ready for the day. That’s a point for Curves.
Since one hundred percent of my journey has been about improving my daily life this seems to be a great fit for me. It’s not a heavy-duty, boring workout, yet I am able to hit my target heart rate without feeling as though I may pass out, so for now I shall continue on. I will also continue to be mindful of how I am feeling daily and whether or not, after the first thirty days, I see a change in how my clothes are fitting, not to mention getting into that stack of jeans in the bottom of my dresser that are all a size smaller than I am now.
Today is going to be a great day, I can feel it already. Yesterdays goal of doing mini meditations throughout the day worked wonders for me. I found that I was less preoccupied with food because I found myself becoming less bored. Therefore, I am off for day two of many mini meditations, many mini conscious breathes.
May you all have a blessed day. Nameste.