Start where you can start

Start where you can start, stop trying to run a marathon in 1 day. It’s ok to do 1 mile today, or 1/4 of a mile to day because that’s a better version of you then yesterday. You’re about to start this new goal of working out and being healthier. Ok so commit where you can commit. Maybe thats just lifting weights 1 day a week, or 1 time every 2 weeks. Well commit to that, don’t try to go all out and do 3-5 days a week. If all you can truly commit to is 1 day or if this is a new thing for you then just do 1 day a week or 1 day every 14 days. Why? Because it’s not about other people’s goals and how they reached them. So what if she lost 100 lbs in 10 months and worked out 5 days a week and cheated on her meals 1 day a week. That’s not your journey and that’s not the 1 blue print for success. It is a blue print for success but it’s not the only one. Maybe yours is working out 1 day a week for 4 weeks, then for the next month its working out 2 days a week. And then month 3 its working out 3 days a week and eating right half of the week. And if it takes you 3 years to lose 100 lbs, then you still loss 100 lbs. You still reached your goals. Wether you like it or not the time will pass but its what you do in that time. Take it one step at a time, go at your pace and you’ll be there at your goals.