It’s a lot easier to fall into old habits than it is to stick with healthier ones, but I’m trying to carve out a routine anyway.
I have lived in my new apartment for over a month now, and the fact that this is my home now is finally starting to feel normal.
My apartment is perfect for me, and I have enjoyed living here immensely. In the last month I have joined a gym, hosted many guests and put up a big, pretty Christmas tree.
I’ve tried new restaurants, spent more time with friends including The Suit (whom I’ll refer to by name hence forth) and Matt, Shannon and more.
I am so thankful that I live close enough to friends that I can drop in to enjoy hot chocolate or just to say hi.
This move has been an incredible thing for me, and it was preceded by other important things this year.
I have made progress in my life, and I have come a long way in accepting myself and locking myself so while it may not seem like I’ve made progress I have.
I weigh about 10 pounds mode than I did at this time last year, but I’ll lose it. I believe that I’ll lose a lot more than that in the coming year too, but its important to recognize how happy I a, now in comparison to last year.
I’m happier now than I’ve been in a long time, and I am extraordinarily thankful for the positive things in my life.
Now I have the opportunity to create a healthier and happier life than I’ve ever had, and that’s an exciting feeling. Its also scary because I no longer have excuses to be complacent.
Sometimes,es change is scary, and sometimes,yes it’s necessary. I am so thankful for the changes that have occurred in my life this year, and I can’t wait to see what happens over the next year.
Has your life changed this year? How is it diffefrent than it was at this time last year?