4 hours ago
Falling off the wagon, this insinuates that the path is straight forward, easy & perfect. Newsflash: it’s not.
I’ve been going through a lot of changes. Big scary changes, for me anyways. .
I played it cool. I tried to push through it. I tried so hard. .
I failed to listen to my heart when I knew damn well I needed to slow down. Which led to me “falling off the wagon.”
I let stress take over and I stopped caring about my food, stopped giving it my all in training, & stopped going on my walks.
But here is the thing: I didn’t fall off no damn wagon. I needed to focus on my mental health, and I did what I needed to do for my HEALTH. .
This isn’t about perfection: it’s about intent. It’s about drive, it’s about willingness to pick yourself back up. It’s about not throwing in the towel completely. It’s about realizing that sometimes it’s perfectly okay to focus on your INNER HEALTH and to slowly take a few steps back towards your goal.
And that’s is exactly what I am doing, slowly re-enforcing old habits and getting back to my lifestyle. There is no wagon, it is simply a lifestyle.
You’re not failing, you’re not falling off a wagon, you are simply redefining your path, and guess what? That is perfectly okay.
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