Recommitting

This chart defines my energy level every month. Without getting into the details of what I mean by every month, let me say that the last two weeks+ lots of work in the lab+ overcommitting to many things= A real lazy and inactive Priyanka. No wonder you haven’t seen any of the workout related stuff in my last few posts right. Had it been any other time, I wouldn’t have stressed much about it, but with the June challenge and my second 5K looming over my head, I have been thinking about it a lot.  I don’t mean to show you how stressed I am or anything, cuz I am not. I am just trying to justify my lack of workouts 🙂

Now that things are back to normal and my energy levels are where they should be, I am back to my committing self. I banged out 2.2 miles on the treadmill this evening and will be re-starting my Jillian challenge again. I even made a tab for it. It seems even more real now 🙂

Do you see I have slowed down in the kitchen too! Well ask the poor husband, he has been getting sub-par meals these days. Back to regular, normal active life from tomorrow!

Some other fun reads,

♥ How one of my favorite planning blogger organizes her planner.

♥ Angeliki’s post on how to find your passion and go all the way to achieve it.

Seven tips for morning alertness without caffeine by Scott Young. One of the best self-improvement/ productivity blog.

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See ya tomorrow my friends!

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About Priyanka

My blog is my attempt to change myself for good and incorporate some great habits by deriving inspiration from my fellow bloggers. This blog is a log of my eating habits,my everyday life, my activity profile,the motivation I want from others and also other ramblings.

Posted on June 27, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I’ll definitely have to read that last link about morning alertness without coffee!! I just crave it in the morning, I really do! I know I’m addicted, but for some reason I’m ok with that (actually I just read an article about how coffee may help prevent Alzheimers!!).

    Good luck getting back into your workouts. You CAN do it!! You’re off to a good start with that 2.2 mile run.

  2. We all have these weeks- in fact, I’m having one now where I just don’t feel motivated to workout! In fact, I have a run that I need to go on today…

  3. I know what you mean about the energy levels going down, it’s just life, isn’t it getting in the way of achieving our goals.

    You’re doing great with your work-out and you can definitely do it!

    PS Thanks for the link love 🙂

  4. I’ve been doing the Shred program, too! Jillian doesn’t mess around with her workouts : )

  5. Good luck with getting back into the swing of things! If your treadmill run is any indicator, you’re off to a great start 🙂

  6. Sorry to hear about the lack of energy:( It happens to the best of us when we get really busy:/. I haven’t noticed the lack of cooking, though…I always think your meals look SO good!:)

    Congrats on the move to recommit! It seems like a bunch of bloggers are doing the 30 day shred…I need to check it out!! Good luck!

  7. thank you for the link, priyanka 🙂 🙂

  8. When you fall into a slump, picking yourself back up is definitely the hardest part – I think we all need to do a bit of re-commitment every once in awhile.

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