Can I share a truth bomb with you?
This week has been tough for me meal plan wise. I’ve been back for almost 4 days now, but cooking and meal prepping is the last thing on my mind. My stomach is still mad at me from something I ate last week and is still punishing me cause I have been feeling nauseous. Do you know how hard it is to eat healthy when you feel like that?! So let’s just say that my nutrition has down right sucked. I had to choke down my eggs and broccoli yesterday morning. I didn’t eat lunch. I had sour cream on my taco last night and I ate cereal for a bedtime snack. Oh yeah, and I also snuck some of my kids candy and some ice cream too. I mean cmon Beth what is your deal?
I totally get how tough it is to get back on track, especially when the thought of eating ground turkey and sweet potatoes makes me want to puke in my mouth. LOL. Now, I have been getting my workouts in so yay Me!....but they have been kicking my booty because my nutrition has been sucking.
I feel like I’d rather watch Fixer Upper and Cupcake Wars than do my work and clean the house, and I think I could take a nap standing up at this point. I have slept in later than I have in a long time and I just feel lazy.
By you know what?! I still have my abs! YASSS that’s right a few off days or even a week won’t ruin you. I feel happier than I have in a long time. My heart is so full of love for myself, my family and my team of amazing coaches and the people that I surround myself with everyday. The sun is shining and this weather is amazing. So you see, just because I’m off track this week doesn’t mean that I get down on myself. I instead am focusing on the things that I’m grateful for.
So what I’m trying to get at with this is that I’m not perfect. I suck somedays at my nutrition. I don’t always have motivation. Sometimes I’d rather just sit on the couch than get stuff done. But one thing I have going for me is that I set goals. I know that I want my family to live a life of financial freedom. I want to be able to take my kids to school and pick them up and go on field trips and be home with them when they are sick without having to call in sick to a job.