Jan 8, 2012

Life Changers.

Well it has been ages since I even thought about blogging. My modern obsessions have seemed to change various directions over 2011. For a while on this blog, my focus was weight loss, and achieving goals I never thought possible.

Well Ironically on Friday morning at 9am I found myself in the waiting room of the Medi Weight Loss clinc (with my tail slightly between my legs I might add).  Folks I maintained my weight for a year + but honestly managed to put quite a few pounds back on during the year of 2011.

During my medi appt. I met with one of the dieticians (insert whatever their official titles are) to go over what had happened and why I was back. After discussing the past few months and getting over all the EXCUSES I had of why I gained 20+ pounds back. She made a great point. IN a lot of our lives when great major life events / changes occur it throws us off track.

Well in hind sight I guess you can say getting engaged, planning for a wedding, and starting your own side business can be considered a major life change. I can't promise I am going to be an avid blogger. But I would like to hope in the next few months I am going to blog about my NEW modern obsessions. YES THERE ARE A LOT OF THEM.

Friends, family, strangers what have you, I plan to attempt to start blogging about juggling my full time job (which I love), my side business (which is a new Love), wedding planning (which completely overwhelms me and I will love when the day is here), and my journey to achieve a balanced life of eating right and excercising regularly aka losing the pounds I gained, and then maintaining.

Juggling all these things seems like there is this intense mountain in front of me, but I know with Derek by my side and taking one day at a time, this can be accomplished!

No this is not a new years resolution, but for some reason a new year does bring people new hopes. And for me, it helps me re-set, re-vise, and re-think.  We're not perfect that is for sure.  All I can hope if for a bright future, to stop making excuses and get it done. Fear of the unknown is what causes worry. Time to take the unknown head on once again.