I’m so bad about this. Particularly regarding exercise. I’ve really got to stop that. I’m quite tired of being whale-sized, and making excuses really isn’t going to change that. 3 months ago
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Enough is ENOUGH. Stop feeling sorry for yourself because SELF-PITY is not capable of moving your life forward. Where you are at today is an INSIDE JOB. The only person at fault is the man or woman that’s in the mirror. As long as you blame others for your current circumstances, you’ll always hold YOURSELF back. It is time for you to free yourself from excuses, and chain yourself to responsibility. It’s no longer someone else’s fault for hurting you multiple times, because it’s your responsibility to not give them another chance to do so. From here on out tell yourself in every situation, “IT IS MY FAULT”…..because now YOU can do something about it. Now you have the power to change your situation, instead of giving someone the power to keep you chained to that hurt. Take ownership of your life, and never give anything or anyone the opportunity to control you.
-Trent 12 months ago
Day 30 Resolution: stop making excuses
This is such an amorphous resolution. I’m not even sure what I meant by it. I assume I meant something like “Just start somewhere.” Take ownership and claim agency for … everything?
Trying to act on a resolution I can’t define. :(
When I recognize that I’m not doing something I want to do/accomplish, ask myself why.
Make a list of obstacles in my journal.
At next review of this resolution, consider how to overcome those obstacles.
Make a space for list of obstacles in my journal. 17 months ago
i make alot of excuses. my mind races and i need to control it. i have a problem with not throwing emty things away. (my house is clean) but inside cabinets my husbands throws out empty med bottles snacks in cabinet. i look at it as a reminder to get more. he says its a reminder to get more when thrown away lol. 2 years ago