Tuesday, May 17, 2011

What can I say...

Well, I've been going back and forth on what to write on my blog after being MIA for 2 weeks. Shall I give you all the reasons? All the excuses? Do you want to hear about guilt, frustration, my lack of self-discipline?
What can I say?
So, I decided since I'm not writing so much to entertain you, but rather to journal my journey. And the only way I can do that is to give you honesty.
But I am not going to recap every guilty thought, every frustrating moment or all the times I have lacked self-control. But believe me, I've had plenty of all of that.
I know I need to get past that to move ahead, and admittedly, it's not that easy. It would be easier if I would stop sabotaging my efforts with my bad choices. If I were to make only good choices from now on, it'd be easier to forgive the past.
I needed to get this off my chest tonight, I will be back to post more soon. And although I've not been posting for the last few weeks, nor commenting on any blogs I follow, I do still read my favorites every day. And I'm encouraged by your journeys. Never give up, right?!
Back soon!
Hugs, Casey


  1. It is so easy to fall into bouts of guilt!
    But every TINY good choice is a positive step. Celebrate the individual good choices and move on that until you have 1 whole day of good choices, then two... and so on. Keep moving forward! You are strong Casey. You are keeping it real and that is a big step to learn not to sabotage yourself. You can do hard things, girl! :)

    God Bless... (good to see you on here again!)

  2. "It would be easier if I would stop sabotaging my efforts with my bad choices." - I can definitely relate to this lately! The best we can do is try and face one day at a time - easier said than done, I know. Try not to worry about yesterday or tomorrow, just focus on the present.

  3. great step in just writing that! Hoping I could support you more, but I'll be checking in to allow you to share with me. Love you lots and proud that you are working on this very important "project".
    I'm still thinking about doing a 5k with B, D, you and me in August/September ...
    Here's to healthier us's :)

  4. I've so been there Casey. But you probably already know that if you've been reading my blog. I definately have my moments...sometimes even days where I mess up. But the most important thing I've learned is this. NEVER GIVE UP!!! Pick yourself back up and JUST KEEP GOING!!! If you can do that, than you've learned what it is that separates the quitters from those who reach their goals.

    So just do it! If I can, so can you!