As previously mentioned I signed up for the blogger challenge. Last round I started out with good intentions but I pretty much stopped writing about it half way through. Thing is though, I actually get a lot out my head by just saying it here.
So first Friday challenge questions and answers are:
Tell us a little bit about yourself. What makes you, you?
I am a bit of a nut. I'm shy, but if there are shyer people around me then I will talk it up. I'm scared, but I put my challenge with my weight on the interwebs for the world to see. I talk too much - but never about the important (or secret) things. I'm a wife (ha) of almost a year (although my husband and I have been together for about 15 years or so) and I live with two beautiful boxers, and two annoying cats. I read - crazy fast reader actually - so even when the tv is on, usually my nose is stuck in a book. Right now my favourite colours are pink and orange - I love to bake. I clearly love to eat.
Why did you decide to do the 12WBT?
I did round three of 2011 and decided that I actually need to take a year out and dedicate it to myself. The whole year. I plan on signing up for all three rounds this year. I want to lose an entire person off my body.
What are you hoping to achieve through the program?
The ability to think before eating; that exercise becomes an addictive habit, and of course weight loss.
Why have you decided to blog about the 12WBT? What will be the main focus (eg, food, exercise, a bit of everything?)
It's a bit of everything. I think its a good way to write out your thoughts that sometimes you need to see written down. Also its keeping me honest.
How will you be exercising this round? Gym, home, outdoors or a mixture?
Outdoors and at home.
What is your greatest strength that will help you?
I think its my ability to make a joke out of everything. Some exercises are just not physically possible in this body but I always come up with a joke and a laugh about it and figure out what I can do.
What are you afraid of?
What are you looking forward to the most over the next 12 weeks?
New menus, new clothes and seeing my body change.
What is your downfall? Food? Exercise? How will you overcome this?
I'm quite good at procrastination. Also I love sweet foods. So to counteract I plan things, load the DVD the night prior, organise group workouts. The sweet thing I'm still battling - trying for lower calorie treats.
If you had to pick one word to motivate you over the next 12 weeks, what would you choose?