Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Reflections about 2019

As the year comes to an end I have taken the time to reflect upon the year behind me and to look forward to the year ahead!

I can't call 2019 a totally successful year in terms of weight loss.  I got more serious about my efforts...and that was good!  But in the grand scheme of things I didn't lose much.   Wait.....I LOST....and that is what is important.  Right now it is looking as if I will be down about 10-15 pounds....depending on how the rest of December goes.  So that is a victory.  ANY pound down is a good one!

I didn't quite kick butt on the bike...but I did make some progress.  Exercise continues to be spotty and hit or miss.  However there are some things that may be changing!

My big thoughts came into play when I started to look forward to 2020.   I want to dedicate my 2020 to making me a better me.  This encompasses weight, fitness, work life and everything.  I want to be a better person in every way at this time next year!

I have a video that I put together with some of my reflections and my plans and hopes for the future.  Feel free to watch!   If you have a youtube channel consider yourself tagged.  Just let me know so I can come watch your video!

So what was your big accomplishments of 2019?   What do you want to accomplish in 2020?

This is a lifelong journey.  It is a lifelong quest to learn.  It is an adventure!  We reflect and we move forward and this is the perfect time to do that!


*Sweat and Sparkle* said...

Ugh, 2019 has been a tough year, and it's still not done beating me up :) I actually ended up gaining weight this year, so I feel pretty down about this year. I am trying to build a foundation right now for a much better 2020.

Sarah said...

I have mixed feelings about 2019. It was a good year and I accomplished several of my goals.... just not weight loss.

I'm looking forward to 2020 and a renewed motivation.

Mrs Swan said...

2019. I have accomplished so much yet I tend to just push it behind me as if it didn't happen. This has been the year of working on me and it will continue on.

You have gone through so weird ass crap this year. I say any loss is a success. Between all the training, car mishaps, kitchen mishaps, and bike injuries your kicking ass.