Obviously, I don’t tell you everything on the blog and I really try to keep it positive because who wants to read a depressing blog but there is something I do want to tell you that I didn’t think I was going to.
Yesterday I got mad at Billy for going running. Real mature, Janae. I was mad that I couldn’t go with him and had to stay home on the couch. Clearly a valid reason to get mad at the nicest person in the world.
While he was gone I realized I hit rock bottom with my attitude and regards to my health.
As soon as he got home I tried to be overly nice and it was probably annoying but that is besides the point.
I was doing great all day and then when I woke up this morning it hit again. I was angry and sad over not being able to run and obviously it isn’t fun living with pain. Somehow I got out of bed and started driving to the gym.
I talk to my students ALL THE TIME about perspective and realized that I was being a hyprocrite.
I really do love spin, I love the elliptical and I LOVE doing weights so why be such a Debbie Downer about just missing out on one little aspect of life when there are so many other things to be thankful for and to enjoy!?!
It’s like being told you can’t eat one flavor of fro-yo (pb is my favorite) but you can still have unlimited amounts of every other flavor and being mad about it. Who cares if I can’t eat one of them when there are so many other options and of course toppings to choose from and enjoy.
Yes, I did just compare running to fro-yo.
I squeegied (you know those things that you use to clean your car windshield) my eyeballs and decided to look at this issue in a possitive way rather than getting mad at such a silly thing and hurting the person that I love the most by getting mad at him over silly things.
WHAT WAS YOUR WORKOUT!?!?!
Do you ever have to squeegie (I have no idea how to spell obviously) your eyes and look at things in a new way?