Friday, January 17, 2014

Lost my mojo


I seemed to have lost my mojo.  I have not tracked my food intake (I have not been stuffing my face either) and I have not worked out one time this week.  I think the scale thing at the beginning of the week was a blow to my confidence.   That combined with my PMDD has me in a funky place this week and it is time to get out. 

So this weekend I am going to get in a couple of jogs to clear my head and boost my confidence.  I am also going to plan out my meals for the rest of the month.  I have been kind of relaxed about my food (just eyeballing servings, not really planning what I am going to eat, etc.) the past few weeks so I am going to tighten the reins and change up some of my usual go-to meals.

In addition to revamping my fitness mojo, I am going to start a series of "Spiritual Sunday" posts to feed/grow my spiritual self.  I will write about my faith journey, faith struggles, lessons from the past week, etc.  My overarching goal is to become the best me (I wrote about that HERE) and I need to focus on this area of my life just as much as eating healthy and exercising.   


 Have you ever lost your mojo?  What did you do to get back on track?

Until next time,
Amanda

4 comments:

  1. I lose my mojo multiple times a day LOL. That's life. But getting back on track is an everyday thing. I love reading inspirational blogs, and really just pampering myself in every sense of the word to get to my best self. Check this video, its totally inspiring https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zlg7mXGuSiQ Hope your days get better!!

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    1. Thank you for sharing this Karla. I agree reading inspirational blogs really helps me too! Now I have something new to read!

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  2. I'm starting Fearless Friday, so I'll be back for spiritual Sunday. I'm trying to be the best me too.

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  3. I lose my mojo often! I usually get it back on a Monday morning because I get excited about the beginning of a week. Or on a Saturday or Sunday because I feel relaxed. I'm a visual person so I like to see my goals on paper. I have been pinning them up on cork boards or writing them on dry erase boards in my home office. Has made quite a difference the past 2 weeks.

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