Let's be real. I know that is TOTALLY easier said than done, but still... And, in all honesty, I haven't been missing workouts or eating like crap (or at least no more than normal), but I have been slacking in the sleep department. Sure, with my fibromyalgia, I would never say that my sleep has been stellar, but normally I am at least tossing and turning in bed instead of partying (and by partying I mean catching up on TV shows with the hubby, working on my runDisney Dumbo Double Dare running costumes, wasting time on Pinterest, etc).
|Sometimes you just need a graphic with your sweet, sleeping pup... |
The last few nights I haven't even laid down until after 11:30pm, which might not sound bad to some of you, but my body NEEDS rest (no matter how crappy it may be). That means when I am only in my bed for a maximum of 6 hours a night (because once the sky is awake I am awake), I end up HURTING (and normally for at least a day or two afterwards) - not only physically, but mentally too.
So, it is time to get back on track. And NOW! Like I posted a few days ago, "someday is not a day of the week". We don't need to wait until "tomorrow", "Monday", "the beginning of the month", etc to start over or make a change. If you want something different, DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
And here is where YOU come in! I need some accountability! I am setting a "GO TO BED" alarm on my phone for 9:30pm during the week. If I am in bed prior to that, I will try and remember to turn it off, but if I'm not, I hope it nudges me to wrap up whatever I am doing and head to sleep! If you see me on social media after 9:30pm on week days, PLEASE feel free to scold me and tell me to hit the hay!
Is there anything you need to get back on track with?