I do best when I workout first thing in the morning. I get up between 5 and 530 and get it done. And when I don't....it very rarely happens.
But I'm giving myself grace here. Our entire schedule has changed for the next ten weeks. School is back in session, I'm travelling a TON, and my husband is in rehearsals. We will rarely be home together the same nights of the week, so our ability to support each other in the evenings just went way down to zero. I missed the big picture last week and didn't see how all of this would affect our day to day.
So I missed six days in a row. And that's okay. Just like one meal off my nutrition plan isn't going to kill my progress, one workout missed won't either.
um....Janet? You missed six.
Yep - and I'm self aware enough to see that if I don't break this cycle I'll end up with a bad habit so today is non negotiable. I've already asked for help from my husband to make sure it happens (yay me!), and I've planned my Sunday to fit in my workout, what we want to do, and what we need to get done.
We all have off days, off weeks, off months. It's getting back on the horse that matters. My planner is out, my workouts are scheduled, and I'm ready to make it happen. And still choose grace when it doesn't.