Lately though, I have been thinking that my heart needs to win the battle this time, not my head. And so, I might just succeed for good.
Life is settling into an extremely excellent place, so why not take the time out to take care of my outside since my inside seems to be pretty good these days.
Unlike last year, I won't be droning on and on about this. I will perhaps have the periodic check-in or two, but mostly, I am ready to start taking baby steps, one more time, in the direction of excellent health.
I don't know anyone who hasn't had to take these steps no matter how they look on the outside to the rest of us. The imprints in our brain make us a little crazy when it comes to food, exercise, and general health. I've known people who overcompensate by taking the eating right and exercise mantra to the other extreme.
So, my hope is that with the boatloads of knowledge I have from every blessed thing I have ever done I will be able to get my shit together once and for all.
I went to Pace University for a year. My second semester there I was the early morning DJ. (You're not all that surprised, are you?) THIS was the very first song I played. I blasted it through the halls and dorms at 6:00 in the morning. The dining hall staff was rocking it that morning; I could see them from the DJ booth which overlooked the dining hall. (During midterms and finals weeks I would put on instrumentals, it was exactly right.)
ANYWAY, I thought when I was thinking about this post last night, I am starting up again. Once more. This time I want to never, never, never stop.
PS - the video is priceless. I do suggest watching it as well as listening to it.
I'll take you places that you've never, never seen