*RAISES BOTH HANDS*
That was me in December when it came to my non existent running routine. Long story short: in 2016 I completed a half marathon (NEVER. AGAIN.) and once that was over, I totally gave up running. I was so sore I couldn't move, and that probably could have been prevented if I trained better (ooops lol)
Fast forward 3 years later. During that time from the end of the race up until December, I ran here and there but not consistently. I ate junk food all. the. time.
I didn't like who I had become and I knew I had to make changes for my physical and mental health. And so, slowly but surely I made the changes. Nearly a month later, I feel better and I feel confident calling myself a "runner" again.
SO. MY POINT:
I want you to think about this question.
What's that one thing you've desperately been wanting to change in your life? Whatever that thing is, know that you CAN MAKE THE CHANGES YOU NEED TO MAKE.
You really can do "this." whatever "this" is for you. Maybe it's a business thing or a school thing or a habit you've been wanting to change or a financial thing.
Mine happens to be in the fitness department because that's where I felt I needed to make a change.
My #1 tip for breaking old habits and starting new ones:
Take it slow. Don't feel like you have to know everythingggg and have a perfect plan just to start. Simply START. It starts with taking baby steps each and everyday, and trust me, it'll all add up at the right time. Don't worry if you don't do it perfectly each time.
Just get started and KEEP MOVING FORWARD..Friend, YOU CAN DO "THIS".