|Never. Stop. Running.|
- Stress & Burn Out: Usually when my stress meter is pushed to the limit, I either clean my apartment or run away from the source. Jack rabbitting is often done by car, not actual running, and often results in comfort foods (and following guilt). Working 1.5 jobs has amped up my stress level, resulting in minimal energy for anything that isn't work-related. In my free time, I either want to zone out on the couch, sleep, or do lazy things which require zero running.
- Frustration & Disappointment: I've been struggling with the 150 pound plateau for several months. I've pushed hard to get down to 146, but it comes back on faster than it comes off. I've been working hard at running, but my times (endurance, stamina, and flexibility) aren't improving. Looking at the photos from my two races in Central Park in the last two months, I don't look thinner. I'm not achieving my goals and I hate the cameras for adding ten pounds.
|Don't listen to the Itty Bitty $#itty Committee!!|