It's Only Too Late If You Don't Start Now
This gal talks about getting the life you want. We can all start right now working toward some goal, and it doesn't always have to be about weight. Would you like to be able to walk three miles at a brisk pace by the end of September? Are you thinking of starting a new business? Would you be interested in going back to school? How long have you been wanting to learn to play an instrument or learn how to quilt or crochet or knit? What about volunteering at a soup kitchen or homeless shelter? I know schools would love to have study buddies for kids who are struggling. How long have you been thinking of going back to Church or starting to attend Sunday services? We often hide behind our weight. Is that a ready-made excuse or what? Money is another often used excuse as is time as well as age and on and on and on. Have you ever heard the saying that if you want something done, give it to a busy person?
Perhaps if we looked at how we spend our days we could weed out unproductive activities and replace them with activities that will make us feel better physically and emotionally. Write down what you do each day and the time you spent on each thing. Within a week you will probably be able to find time for things that you want to do before it's too late. Find a buddy and take a class - the Stitching Nook in Richmond has classes all the time and so does the shop downtown that sells yarn - I think it's called Unwind. There's a show on Saturday morning on the radio - 95.7 - at 9 or 10 (I forget) that is about cooking - the man is Chef Jeff and his business is The Culinary Company - he talks about some wonderful sounding cooking classes. Hopefully I have you fired up and ready to get out there and do something new.