Then I do the things.
Today is "Day 0" and I felt called to write a little, so here we are. It's very quiet in my apartment right now, just the birds chirping and the fridge whirring. I'm having my second cup of coffee on the couch while I continuously talk myself into and out of going to the bounce class I scheduled for myself for cardio this week. Pros: I'll stick to the plan, kick my own ass and get the sweaty cardio workout in that I need for my goals (and it's fun). Cons: I have to leave the quiet contentment I'm feeling right now and go out into the world. And put on pants. And a bra. hmmm. Either one is a good choice, and I honestly don't know which way I'll go. We'll see.
So tomorrow starts The SoulBlossom Project and I'm excited/nervous. Excited to see how my body and mindset are going to change and feel after the first 3 months/90 days, and nervous about how friends/family are going to react. This is for ME and I shouldn't care about what others think blah blah blah but the truth of the matter is, I do. I'm not going to let it sway me from the path I've chosen to walk, but that path will be significantly less bumpy with support and less shit talking. We'll see about that too.
The mindset thing is also slightly worrisome. I haven't had the best track record of sticking to a workout plan in the past, and I know that my head might try to get in the way of my goals, but this time feels different for some reason. Maybe because I'm putting less pressure on myself my NOT announcing it over on my "regular" social media channels. On my wellness Instagram feed, yes. Blog, yes. The other outlets... not yet. I'm giving myself some time to get my legs under me first. I'm also not going out of my way to tell every person I meet that I'm making changes. A few people know in advance but that's really it. I'm trying to keep my cards close to my chest this time and not overshare (for once) to see if other people I come in contact with every day will start to see a difference. It's a good test I think. Anyway, time to get more coffee and do the things!