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Sep 07

My broken toe :(

Been a bit crap this week – haven’t sent you an email yet

 

Problem is I broke my toe playing footy on Sunday (OUCH)

 

Which sucks

 

And is REALLY sore too ha

 

The consultant I saw said it was pretty much crush – nice ha

 

But I think its also a reminder that things don’t always go to plan

 

It’s not always sunshine and rainbows

 

And life sometimes throws shit at you

 

BUT

 

I could either let it throw me off track and put everything else on hold

 

OR

 

I can react in a better way and work around it

 

(This is the same with anything by the way)

 

I’m still gunna make sure i eat right this week

 

I’ll still get a few workouts in – although I’ll obviously be limited on my lower half for a week or two

 

And I’m still gunna stay on track overall

 

Like I said shit will always crop up

 

It’s how you react that matters though

 

Do you let it throw you completely off track and put your goals on hold?

 

Or do you find a way to still make the most of it and make progress any which way you can?

 

Thing is my friend – losing weight isn’t easy

 

There’s always a few bumps in the road

 

But to be honest

 

If you’re committed to it

 

You have the right support around you

 

And you have help from someone to keep you on track

 

You can’t go far wrong

 

That’s exactly what we do here by the way:

 

http://www.bodyevolvefitness.co.uk/busy-women

 

It’s for women who want to lose weight but can’t find the time to exercise or spend hours in the kitchen

 

And it helps you lose more weight and get slimmer too

 

That’s all from me today

 

Andrew

 

P.S.

 

For the record yes it bloody hurts! Thanks for the sympathy 😉

 

 

 

 

 

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