Lately, I’ve been trying to do better. By that I mean I’ve been making better food choices (mostly) and exercising more (mostly) and trying to get more sleep (for the most part).
It may not be perfect. I still could probably do better. But it’s a start.
When you start out jogging, you don’t quit because you can’t run a 5K right off the bat. You have to start with a mile (or even half a mile). Maybe you mix walking and running for the first few times. But you start somewhere.
That’s the key. Just start somewhere. Don’t let past failures keep you from trying again. If you start out with the idea that you will fail, you’ve already lost. It all begins with believing that you can succeed.
So far, I’m down about 5 or so pounds. I’m okay with that. I might slip up occasionally, but that’s okay, too. It’s a process. It’s a marathon, not a sprint.
And if I can do it, so can you.