I am sick and tired of being a fatty, and I am sick and tired of being LAZY.
I know you’re thinking: “Oh, but we’re all here to stop being lazy, why are you distinguishing the two?”
It’s because laziness (or procrastination) has shoved me way deep into my comfort zone, to the extent where it cushions me from my fears of positive things that will have a good impact on my life, like studying and hard work. The comments I always hear from professors are, oh you have intelligent things to say but you need to get your work in on time. Why do I have this issue of being last-minute? Why do I let laziness, procrastination and time-wasting build up on me like bad plaque?! Why am I more reactive instead of being proactive?!
With this weightloss journey, I not only want to lose weight, but I want to get rid of this habit. Clean myself from it. I want to overcome this and become a person that’s more proactive and takes charge of things in their life. I’m sick and tired being in this loser zone (where the only loser is ME). So here I go, taking control of two things:
1. Weight loss, healthy eating
2. School, education, learning
Both things require me to:
- To have willpower
- To have determination
- The ability to say no
- The ability to sacrifice the now for the long-term.
- To be active (one through exercise, one through thinking)
Formal education will make you a living; self–education will make you a fortune.– John Rohn
Well done is better than well said.– Benjamin Franklin
Do it, and then you will feel motivated to do it.
– Zig Ziglar