Bit of accountability for you today. 

And I hope this one reaches you if you are in the spot where you read what I sent last week. 

If you missed it, you can find it here. 

But I mentioned about drawing the line in the sand. 

And that the first week of doing so is always the hardest because you have to break the habits that became the new normal. 

I can happily report back that I practised what I preached and last week was my first week in the whole lockdown thing where I got a Monday to Thursday without any alcohol. 

Sure, that’s easy for some. 

And you might laugh at me for that being a big thing, but like I said, when you get into a habit that becomes your new normal, the hardest thing is breaking that cycle – drawing the line in the sand – and deciding that enough is enough.

So this message is for those who said the same thing last week. For those who said “I’m starting Monday”, how was your day one yesterday

Hopefully it was a success. Remember, it doesn’t have to be a perfect week.

Just start with reducing the carbs maybe if you feel like you’ve been overdoing those, and try the alcohol free even if it’s less days compared to last week. 

It’s all a win. 

And it’s all progress.

 If you want the weight loss side of things, do something as simple as measuring your waist and belly button and we can come back to it in a couple of weeks to see that you’re on track. 

Like I said at the start, it’s all about accountability. 

And if you need a bit more of that let me know and I’ll check in with you in a couple of weeks.

Just tell me what you need to break – or get back into doing so I have a reference point.

Of course if you need to step your training up, I’d love to help you there too.

Even if you can’t make our sessions in person anymore, remember I can do that via zoom. 

Yes, even 1-on-1 personal training.

Let me know and I’d be happy to help you or someone that you know who is looking for some direction and accountability right now.


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