Ive removed all posts from the last few months. All traces of anything negative are gone for good. Its time for new beginnings, fresh perspective and changes.
I have no more to say on whats happened its been put in the history books and will not be mentioned here or in the real world again.
I’m looking forwards and starting from tomorrow I am going to attempt to finally give up smoking after over 20 years. I hate the smell, the taste and the cost of the nasty habit and I hate sounding wheezy all the time.
If anyone sees me with a cigarette slap it out my hands quick you have my permission.
Once I have got that under control I want to start getting into shape and lose weight. I need to get my physical health back as a priority because Im turning 40 this year and would like to be at least 3 stone lighter by the time my birthday comes around in November.
Changes for the better are coming and its down to me now to implement them.
As my training for the 10k run picks up pace (did I mention my run? have you sponsored me yet?) I am feeling pretty damn proud of myself lately.
In the past 2 weeks since I joined I have been to the gym 9 times, thats 9 days out of 15 which is pretty damn good considering my state of mind and physical problems.
I allowed myself a check on the progress I have been making and have, so far done the following
- lost 2 inches from my stomach
- lost 11lbs (or 5kgs)
- shaved 10 minutes off my personal best for 5kms
- spent obscene amount of money on running clothing! but seriously those running tights rock!
- felt a new sense of self confidence about how I look
that’s not a bad list is! to be fair I am only walking on the treadmill as too much jogging sends far too much pain shooting down my legs so I stick to a brisk walk. In terms of the 10k run all I am aiming to do is start and finish. I have no time goal whatsoever, I’m more interested in raising some money for Mind and actually crossing the finishing line in one piece.
But it is rather nice to feel a sense of achievement for a change and going to the gym is certainly helping my self esteem!