...as skinny feels." This quote was made famous by Kate Moss a few years back. I'm not up for debating Kate Moss but I would argue that it's not so much being skinny that feels so good, but rather being healthy and being strong.
(Plus, I'm fairly sure if given a few minutes I could come up with a list of things that come pretty close to tasting as good, if not better, than being skinny).
This is what feeling good looks like to me!
Healthy, strong and thin!
I got up this morning with a renewed sense of what I needed to do and how I needed to get there (making a public promise to get back on track is a fairly strong motivator). Still, I found myself calculating the time it would take me to get everything I needed to get done before I could crawl back into bed. That desire, however, disappeared quickly while at Clay this morning.
I'm not going to lie - getting back on that bike wasn't easy. I struggled through some of the challenges, but it felt great. I worked off over 500 calories and walked out of there ready to start checking things off my list.
Here's the crazy part - what made me feel so great wasn't a Diet Coke (I haven't had one) or the leftover donut from Carter Mountain (it's still there) or a few extra hours of sleep (though I could still use those) - but rather eating a healthy breakfast and exercising. Go figure.
Who feels good now, Kate Moss?