Yes, that's right! Nic and I successfully completed our detox.
I don't know if I feel any healthier or "cleaner" but I do feel a sense of accomplishment.
--And yes, I lost 4lbs! ---Although, I'm thinking most of it was water weight. But, I'm happy nonetheless.
I am a starter NOT a finisher. I love making plans and figuring out the details. I will work on execution but, I don't love it. And I really do not like following through. I will often talk myself out of it. (I am very skilled at finding legit reasons not to complete something.) I either discover it is was bad idea to begin with, I blame someone else for stunting me, or I just simply change my mind.
Well, I am proud to say I complete a 4 day detox.
A few years ago, before I was married, I would come up with goal lists for the year. My birthday is at the end of December so, instead of having New Years Resolutions I would have Birthday Year Goals. I was doing pretty good for a while but, once I got married my life changed and I no longer had--dare I say--- freedom to complete each of the goals.
Therefore, I recently adjusted my goal ideals for married life. Something that I know will work with what is available this coming month.
Long story short, I encourage you to do something you never thought you could. Find a goal-- make it small, make it big, make it whatever you think is feasible but you've been putting off.
Now that I've completed this detox I'm going to get back to working out. My goal and encouragement are tall boots!
Beautiful Boots! Beautiful Belt, bag, and dress. I want it all. In order to get those boots and where that belt I need to keep working on my health!
What's your goal?