If you want to succeed at anything...first you have to commit.
I was thinking about this the other day.
I seem to be having issues committing to a church home.
I can see how, as you get older, committing to a particular path or person...or occupation can seem daunting.
A commitment implies participation, loyalty.
It implies some degree of discomfort.
A certain willingness to pay the price.
To lose weight.
You have to commit.
Mostly to yourself.
This week I have committed to doing 5 days a week at the gym...burning at least 700/500 calories on alternating days.
so 700 today, 500 tomorrow and so on.
And then committing to eating no more than 1500 calories a day.
Saturday will be a three mile walk and sunday a 2 mile walk.
Telling myself this is a commitment to me..
That the only person I will be letting down should I fail to follow through..is me...
Has really helped.
My little brother committed..to his girlfriend.
He is engaged and I couldn't be prouder or more happy for him.
She is a nice young lady who is an attorney.
I will make an attempt at attending their wedding in September.
I want to look good in those photos..so I will be working out and eating well.
Hope you all have a great night.
Talk to you later,