Buy bye April. Here’s to a much sunnier May.
I didn’t do any metrics at the beginning of April. After March I took a bye. Well, I did weigh myself and found gratefully that I had not gained ten pounds.
April is over, so it’s time to evaluate where I am for May. I am no where near where I want to be weight wise. That should translate into body measurements staying status quo.
This month will/should be my biggest training effort. So naturally, it’s going to be the suckiest work month. We are currently short one pharmacist, which means many days there will only be two pharmacists covering 13 hours. Which will suck.
It’s a good thing I can compartmentalize. I will refuse to let a sucky work day interfere with my good training efforts.
Here’s to a GOOD MAY.
This is taken from Brian McFadden’s website, the whole article I loved and have journalled about privately. But it’s this statement:
When you follow a strategy you have confidence in, have a coach in your corner and follow in a daily schedule your level of expectancy rises exponentially. This increased level of expectancy drives you to take action, and when you take action AND EXPECT success, it almost always transpires into results.