Ok, so I have certainly been slack in the blog posting department these past few months…alright, so it has been more like 6 months since my last post. College certainly had it’s benefits, but I think I about fried my brain with all the writing I had to do over the two years I was in. Once I graduated, I was ecstatic that I no longer had papers to write, articles to critique, discussion groups to participate in or exams to complete. I had plenty of ideas for different posts and had every intention to write, but was constantly finding myself hitting a wall and words just weren’t flowing as easily as I was hoping when I sat down in front of my laptop. So, I took a much needed break from writing. I guess that sort of thing is bound to happen from time to time.
Since it is a New Year, what better time to start up again! So what is in store for my blog this year? Like many others, I set some resolutions. It is time to focus on two challenges I have been facing and have vowed to correct this year. 1) To get back on track with a more consistent exercise routine and 2) To overcome this odd food texture phobia and eat a more colorful and healthier diet. Lord only knows I need to broaden the shades of color on my plate with more fruits and vegetables. Sure, I could set a goal to loose a specific number of pounds or to go on some sort of fad diet to get there, but personally, making some lifestyle changes seem like a much better idea. Eating healthier and being more consistent with my exercising, the weight will begin to come off. Not only that, my focus is to be healthy for my hearts sake now that I have my heart issues under control, not spend so much time focusing just on a number on a scale.
Exercise seems to be one of the top resolutions that many individuals set for themselves in the new year. Overcoming an odd food texture phobia – now that is something I’m sure most people will chuckle about (in fact, most already have). Needless to say, my fruit and veggie preferences are very limited, so this year may prove to be rather interesting.
So stay tuned as I work through this years resolutions. As I’m sure many will agree, a consistent exercise routine can be a challenge, so hopefully you all can help motivate me to succeed. As for my odd food texture phobia…get ready to laugh as I am sure working through that resolution will be rather humorous at times!