Good Morning Friends!
How is your November starting out? Good I hope! We celebrated Ryan’s birthday yesterday and I still managed to stay on track and sugarless. High five! His party isn’t until Saturday so we just spent the day playing with all his new birthday stuff and then went to Chiles so that he could get his beloved chicken fingers for dinner haha. I found it easy to stay sugarless at Chiles. I just got a 6 oz steak with NO SAUCE (there’s always sugar in any sauce) and an additional side of broccoli instead of the potato. 🙂
21 Day JUMP!
As of tomorrow , November 3rd, there are 21 days until Thanksgiving. I have been a Beachbody coach for a few months now and still have yet to dive into to all there is to do as one! That is mostly because I have been very pregnant and then with newborn, to say life has been a whirlwind lately is an understatement. Although I have enjoyed their Counrty Heat program and my beloved Shakeology (which is sugarless by the way), Anna is now 7 weeks old and I am finally ready to kick things into high gear!
Beachbody has this program called The 21 Day Fix. It is a 21 day program with 6 different workouts, a meal plan, and claims that you can lose up to 15 pounds in 21 days. I have been wanting to give it a shot and had planned to begin on November 9th and end the day before Thanksgiving……. notice the problem there?
My new mom brain told me Thanksgiving was on the 30th haha. It is actually the 24th. Yesterday I realized that if I am going to do The 21 Day Fix this month it will have to start not on the 9th…… but on Thursday! Oh no! That’s this week!!! Am I ready? Can I do this?
I have just decided to jump in with both eyes closed and do it! I am a planner. I LOVE everything about planning right down to the pencil and decorative notebook. But sometimes, you just have to jump in to whatever it is without overthinking. I am taking today to get geared up and prepared and then jumping into The 21 Day Fix tomorrow morning!
Prayers appreciated haha.
Have you ever just jumped into anything so that you wouldn’t overthink it?
How did the experience turn out?